OUTDOOR DINING with fabulous river views
DINING INSIDE OR OUT
Monday 11 - 10
Tuesday 11 - 7
Wednesday 11 - 7
Thursday 11 - 7
Friday 11 - 10
Saturday 10 - 10 (brunch served until 2)
Sunday 10 - 10 (brunch served until 2)
Monday, May 5 closes at 3 pm for private event.
$5 Orange Mojitos
$4 Bloody Mary's
21 and up after 9 p.m.
Friday: 10 p.m. to close
Saturday: 10 p.m. to close
See www.JAXNOLA.com for upcoming events.
Hours may vary
Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar is in the oldest and most famous neighborhood in New Orleans, known as the Vieux Carre or French Quarter. Bordered by the majestic Mississippi River and historic Decatur Street, the interior reflects the beautiful New Orleans architecture complete with ironwork balconies (mezzanines) and Victorian Industrial style furnishings.
Once one of the largest breweries in the country, the brewery is no longer active, but Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar offers a great assortment of local craft beers. Our beer sampler is a favorite!
Live entertainment and in house music reflects the beloved New Orleans and Louisiana culture during the restaurant hours and helps preserve our traditions.
We are located at 620 Decatur Street, 1A, on the corner of Decatur Street and St. Peters, and adjacent to Jackson Square.
Entertainment varies depending on the season and happenings in the area.
Call us, consult the calendar, or come by and see what we have to offer.
A sampling of our previous entertainment:
See JaxNola.com for more information on our nightclub music and entertainment.
Geaux Saints! Geaux Tigers! Geaux (your favorite team)
If it is televised, it will be on one of our many large screens.
Our unique set up allows for jazz band on the patio and ball game inside, so everyone is happy!
We can accommodate private meetings, receptions, recitals, and other events. Please contact us for more details.
Find us on Google maps.
From Jackson Square and the Cathedral, look at the river, and turn right. We're right there on the first two floors of the original Jackson Brewery.
From Canal Street, you will pass the parking lots from the Shops at Jax on your right. Keep on going until you find our street-level entrance. Unless you've passed up the brewery itself, you haven't gone too far.