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About Channing Tatum's Saints & Sinners
The perfect place for "FUN DINING" not fine dining. Channing Tatum's 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. Our signature drinks and female power vibe is perfect to host bachelorette party's. 11 TV's helps accommodate those die hard sports fans.
LIVE DJ Fridays and Saturdays at 10pm.
New Orleans, LA 70130
Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Monday & Thursday: 12pm-9pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 4pm-9pm
Friday-Sunday (weekend): 11am-9pm
St. Peter / Bourbon
$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
The ambience makes Saints and Sinners. Who wouldn't want to eat dinner in a former bordello? The red-lighted dining room and brocade-covered walls make a fun environment to enjoy the delicious, tasty Creole/Cajun inspired dishes, with friendly service completing the experience.
Order the crawfish pie - it's advertised as a starter but large enough to be an entrée. Also try the Tasso dish and the shrimp and grits which is wonderfully hot and spicy. Saints and sinners is a somewhat raunchy watering hole after hours replete with the fireman/stripper pole where one of the handsome male bartenders said he's actually quite proficient on the pole. However during the dinner hour the chef turns this place into a Cajun culinary masterpiece. He's creative, talented and has a fabulously fun devilish personality. If it's not too busy he'll even give you some tips on how to re-create his incredible cuisine.
Went to check this place out , mostly because of being a fan of the owner . This place was awesome. Customer service was awesome. We had the pleasure of having Kianna as our server. She was such a joy. Great conversationalist, personality, and made us feel so welcomed . This establishment is lucky to have such an employee that takes pride in her work environment and make it's customers feel at home. Food was great tasting . Would definitely recommend the crawfish Mac and cheese and/or the bangin' shrimp.
Our original server didn't seem to want to wait on us. The person did end up getting a large group but never came back to check on us. I had to ask another server to bring me what they were originally asked to bring. Then it seems once the management told the server about the incident they became more friendly. Overall decent experience. The nightclub part is really the better half.
We were looking for a quick and casual bite near Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. I wasn't expecting very much beyond simple, quick, and casual. We were pleaseantly surprised by the friendly waiter and the excellent quality of the 'comfort food'. We started with a shared plate of the Fried Macaroni and Cheese Balls. We had four huge Mac Balls served with 2 different dipping sauces and they were very good! We followed with Caesar side salads. The dressing was obviously house made and better than any I have had previously. I chose the red beans and rice and my partner chose the shrimp tacos. The red beans and rice was just the right amount af spicy. The fish tacos were very tasty as well. All in all a very nice meal with friendly service and a cool atmosphere. It was a bit loud and the red spot lights on our particular table were a bit much but this Is Bourban Street. We would definitely go again.
The atmosphere, food and staff were the best on Bourbon Street! We felt right at home and had the best time. The staff was friendly, helpful and very fun! We went for dinner as a bachelorette party and stayed most of the night. Great fun!
Took far too long to get the initial drink order, then when the food arrived I had to ask for napkins and utensils. Those took until meal was almost finished to recieve. The second drink never arrived, after waiting 15 minutes the waitress told me she was waiting on the bartender, I cancled the order and asked for the check. This was the place I was most excited to visit on my NOLA trip, and I was greatly disappointed.
We did try it for the name but also because of the food items on the menu. However, the food was fairly average. I had the "Saint" drink, which was good but not strong. My husband tried gator for the first time and wasn't a fan. I also thought my po boy bread could've been better and my fries weren't fresh, but they were flavorful. Crawfish was good and spicy!
The web site made the restaurant look much better than it actually is. We didn't enjoy it and would not go again or recommend to anyone. We had a reservation but due to a 20 top and 2-10 tops on the main floor we were made to sit upstairs. Before we got seated Julio asked us if everyone at the table was 21....well NO my 18 year old son isn't! He then told us to wait and talked to someone else before allowing us to sit where they were making us sit. We didn't want to be upstairs! Instead of making us feel welcome they continually kept telling us about the big parties downstairs and how backed up they were! Well, I've worked in the restaurant business and it seems to me if you have 5-4 tops or 1-20 top that is the same amount of people! You should be able to accommodate 20 or 30 or 40 people no matter how they are seated!!!!! Very bad experience and we had been looking forward to this ever since we made the reservation!
We ate at the restaurant the first night we got to new Orleans came down from iowa on vacation & we just has to try the crayfish platter a little taste of new Orleans it was spicy but good the waitress we had was really nice & helpful.
atmosphere was quite & we really enjoyed ourselves!
Disappointed because we went there after seeing the menu on open table, but when we got there the menu was much shorter. Apparently there is an "abbreviated menu" during Mardi Gras, so all the things we went there to try weren't there. So disappointing!! And the waitress was kinda rude which didn't help.
We had such a great experience that we took some friends back during our stay in the French Quarter. David our waiter was great on the 1st visit. On the second visit with friends our waitress Kianna continued the great service and T the chef / manager came out to ensure that everything was fine and it was. My husband even brought a Saints and Sinners fitted cap!
Frozen imported crawfish in the kitchen prepared foods i.e. crawfish macaroni, crawfish pie, etc.
Significantly under seasoned crawfish pie. No bellpepper, oniony goodness like you would get at any gas station down on the bayou.
Barbecue shrimp and grits. Grits were like soup. Couldn't use a fork, so runny, spoon would slide down on the bowl. Shrimp were skewered and grilled, overcooked and tough.
Evidently, chef, or more probably a line cook from somewhere else, has never eaten a good, louisiana version of any of the dishes he prepared. Gave food two stars because it was visually attractive.....and we didn't get sick.
visiting nola for the first time i figured i had to try the crawfish. the waitress was extremely friendly and helpful when i asked her how to to eat these critters which were presented in a huge shallow bowl, 1 lb worth. thank god i had a beer at the ready after sucking out the head, per her instructions as it was very spicy but delicious. lot of work to get your food but fun. my friend had the rice and beans which was also tasty. it's on bourbon street so be prepared for colorful characters. fun experience.
Julio was a great manager who took good care of our small group of four. The Crawfish etufee was amazing, but it was served with a biscuit and not rice. Jambalaya was good and so was the hot crawfish. However, the Red beans and rice was way too salty. Cocktails were heavy on the alcohol. Unfortunately the bathrooms (like many in historic homes in this area) were a disgrace.
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