About Channing Tatum's Saints & Sinners
Sumptuous food, sexy atmosphere—Channing Tatum’s arousing new restaurant/bar, Saints & Sinners, is THE place to have a sinfully good time.
Our balcony overlooking Bourbon Street allows you to partake in NOLA’s electrifying atmosphere and our outdoor patio—the only outdoor patio on Bourbon Street—puts you in the middle of all the excitement.
Get treated like a saint with our premium bottle service on Friday and/or Saturday nights, included when you book any of our unique VIP areas.
LIVE DJ Fridays and Saturdays at 10pm.
Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Thursday: 12pm-9pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 4pm-9pm
Friday-Sunday (weekend): 11am-9pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please check our website for days we have live music. Live DJ on Fri and Sat nights (and various holidays or special occasions) starting at 10pm until close.
Saints & Sinners works with any budget to provide a number of delicious options and the finest dining experience for you and your guests. Our menu options offer your guests the Creole and Cajun cuisines South Louisiana is known for, but, true to our roots of Southern hospitality, we can also accommodate any special dietary request you or your guests may have.
On street parking and paid lots available throughout French Quarter.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, View, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Get treated like a saint with our premium bottle service, included when you book any of our unique VIP areas. Please visit our Large Groups & Private Parties page to learn about all that we have to offer and to book your event.
NOTE: Bottle Service is available Friday and Saturday nights and during Special Events (unless otherwise noted). Cancellation fee may apply.
DON’T FORGET TO ASK ABOUT OUR PARTY BAGS!
Perfect for bachelorette parties, 21st birthdays or a special girls’ night out.
Channing Tatum’s Saints & Sinners is THE place to be on Bourbon Street. From VIP and celebrity gatherings to bachelorette parties to corporate events and everything in between, we can help make your next saintly (or sinful) celebration one to remember.
Channing Tatum's Saints & Sinners Ratings and Reviews
We went on a Packers Sunday as the place ...
We went on a Packers Sunday as the place was listed on PackersEverywhere as a local place to watch the game. We were directed to the upstairs. Nice sized room with about a dozen Packer fans and about 6 HDTVs w the game on. Service was good, food came quickly. For the price the food was average to good. The "Cheese Kurtz" were as good as some as you would find back home in the Dairyland! Overall the visit was good - what you might expect from any bar/restaurant on a Sunday afternoon. Our visit was mostly marred by a crappy performance from the Defense and uninspiring play from Aaron Rodgers :)
I would have liked to see a better optio ...
I would have liked to see a better option for vegetarians or a better drink menu but we went for the experience. The restaurant was quieter than we expected for a Saturday night, especially since the website indicated that all other reservations were taken.
It was a huge disappointment to be hones ...
It was a huge disappointment to be honest and not sure if Channing should have his name associated with it. No atmosphere at all, security guys look like they are criminals and acted really strangely. Food was fine but nothing amazing and range not great. Toilets were crazy as the door is literally at your knees and I am not tall- someone screwed that up royally but should be fixed as really awkward. and put up a curtain on the inside window that looks directly into the toilets for goodness sake. overall we were let down by the ambiance after booking in from Australia a month ahead it was nothing special.
Saltiest damned etoufee I have ever had. ...
Saltiest damned etoufee I have ever had. Waiter was obviously ticked we didn't both order alcohol and my companion didn't get but an appetizer, as it reduced his tip. Good news: her crawfish mac n cheese appetizer was beyond awesome. Very loud, music, in the restaurant.
Save yourself a terrible meal. From the ...
Save yourself a terrible meal. From the service to the food, this restaurant was a disappointment all around. I actually can't believe this place survives on Bourbon Street. The waitress told my table she was new and was cold and unfriendly. Each member of my party ordered a different item off of the menu: shrimp and grits, etouffee, and wings. All were not good and definitely not worth the $80 we spent on our food. I wish someone would have spared us a poor meal on our first trip to NOLA!
We dined early, 5:30pm. It wasn't busy ...
We dined early, 5:30pm. It wasn't busy at all. At first we were the only people in the place. But then it slowly started to fill up. Our food was brought to us promptly. It was great. Spicy, just what I was expecting in New Orleans. The drinks were very strong. I recommend the red beans and rice. Very tasty!!! I can only imagine what this place looks like around 8 pm.
After visiting on a pub crawl and viewin ...
After visiting on a pub crawl and viewing the menu, we decided to dine the next night before visiting Preservation Hall. Naked oysters were fresh, the BBQ shrimp and grits were true Southern cuisine, and the crawfish etouffee was awesome. The bread pudding was a perfect ending to our meal. I tried both drinks, Saint and Sinner, and of course the Sinner was devilishly delicious. Stephanie (spelling?) took great care of us. We even stopped by after Preservation Hall for a nightcap.
There as a single dinner. Waiter was ...
There as a single dinner. Waiter was too busy to stop and take my order or check on the meal. He did it while walking past. Don't expect a long conversation. Would like his attention for a question or two. Great gumbo.
I was hesitant to come here after readin ...
I was hesitant to come here after reading the service concerns. I expected upscale sports bar with a fun atmosphere and that's what this place is. The menu was attractive and delivered exactly what we expected. Pipa the waitress and the hostess were attentive and very nice. They both worked very hard.
The restaurant was adorable , food was g ...
The restaurant was adorable , food was great , service was good. I was hoping for more of a better tatum scene.. as a sign industry graphics manager , the signage on the ceiling was the coolest thing in the restaurant.. was glad i saw it and went there.. got a cheesy cut out pic, but was just expecting something different for decor..
maybe not a business dinner kind of location, but definitely with girlfriends for a late nite bite !!
Only disappointment was when bar keep ca ...
Only disappointment was when bar keep came to my table asking me to move to the bar because there was a table of 5 and they needed my table.
...I was waiting on my bill to pay and then leave.
I thought this woman was rude to ask me when it was the waitstaff who was slow in getting the bill.
Unfortunately, this dining experience wa ...
Unfortunately, this dining experience was disappointing. I think it's safe to say that this was the worst we experienced in our 6 days in New Orleans. It took half an hour for our appetizer to arrive and almost an hour after that, our entrees arrived. The chicken wings we ordered for appetizers were tasty but the entrees were subpar. The crawfish pie was extremely creamy and lacked salt, the ettofe was very spicy. I was really looking forward to this experience because I'm a huge Channing Tatum fan. I liked the ambiance but the service and quality of food needs improvement. It's off-putting to see parties who were seated after you receive their food 20 minutes before you do.
The service was awful. I had a reservat ...
The service was awful. I had a reservation for four and there was a ton of open tables yet we waited almost 30 minutes to be seated. I had to walk about and tell them to forget about it before they finally found a table they "could" sit us at and it was right beside a bachelorette party- super loud! The service was awful from the hostess who was clueless to the manager/security guy who was trying to micromanage everything to the waitress who couldn't event bring us a drink menu that had all of the pages.
The food was excellent and I'm glad we stuck it out to get our food but the service side of the restaurant needs MAJOR overhauls.
The food was good (not mind blowing good) and it came out fast, so fast that we didn't have our drinks from the bar yet. We ordered our drinks as soon as we sat down and didn't get them until we were almost done with our food. The bar was empty and other people around us were getting our drinks before us. We wouldn't have ordered them if we knew they would take that long. We were going to cancel our order but once the server came back it was too late and she already had them.
This was our first time in New Orleans. My friends and I had made reservations in advance and were very excited for this dinner. Our waiter was awful. We waited forever to have our order taken, and waited even longer for our appetizer. When our food finally came, one of us didn't get our food and were told that her food would be right out. After about 10 minutes, the lady at the table next to us asked if the food that was brought to her, might be our missing plate. Indeed it was. It was delivered to the wrong table by the manager. When our waiter finally checked on us again, we informed him about the mix-up. He said oh ok. No apologies from him nor the manager. Needless to say, we will more than likely not be back to this restaurant for overpriced food and disappointing service.
I ordered etouffe, it was much too spicy ...
I ordered etouffe, it was much too spicy. My lover loved his penne with Tasso ham. I love spicy food and couldn't eat it. All staff were awesome & our waiter brought me a glass of milk to help with the burn. Also, the cardboard cut-out of Channing Tatum is behind a table. I had to interrupt a couple to ask if I could take a photo with it.
Saints and Sinners, only missing Channing
We were very excited to have dinner at Saints and Sinners, the only thing missing was Channing Tatum but there was one of the waitstaff who resembled him so we'll call that even. The food was delicious which some might not expect from a celebrity's restaurant, would eat here again next time in New Orleans though. The seating was a little on the cramped side as was the area leading to the restrooms but would not let that keep me from returning here for dinner. Overall the experience was better than good.
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