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“When people ask where in New Orleans to go for great local seafood, I want the answer to be Borgne.”- Brian Landry, Executive Chef

The menu is an homage to New Orleans classics, a nod to the Isleño influence in New Orleans, and a celebration of all that the local waterways have to offer. The seafood featured throughout the menu reflects Chef Landry’s commitment to local, sustainable seafood.

Caribbean Room

Located on the ground floor of the historic, newly revived Pontchartrain Hotel, Executive Chef Chris Lusk infuses a fresh, contemporary energy to the menu that still evokes the nostalgia of the original restaurant. The Caribbean Room provides a transportive, only in New Orleans experience to all.


Bayou Bar

Once a drinking den for both Sinatra and Capote, the Bayou Bar offers a casual, tavern-style ambiance, warmed by exposed wood and the original Charles Reinike mural. The bar menu is whiskey- and beer-focused, complemented by a contemporary American bar fare menu.

Hot Tin

Hot Tin is an intimate rooftop bar where champagne and bright cocktails complement the 270-degree view of Downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River. Modeled after a 1940s artist’s loft, the interior space is both airy and eclectic, a place where guests can lounge on couches or explore the  wall of curios and knick-knacks that bring moments past into the present. 

Silver Whistle

Nestled in the corner of the Pontchartrain Hotel overlooking St Charles Avenue, The Silver Whistle is a bright, cheerful cafe where locals and visitors alike can enjoy the charming ambiance with their breakfast or lunch.




Marsh House

Marsh House is a Southern seafood restaurant in the heart of Nashville's Gulch neighborhood. Amid the modern decor and spacious setting, guests of Marsh House can enjoy responsibly-sourced and sustainable seafood, craft cocktails and an extensive wine list.  Chef Nathan Duensing's menu explores some of the best elements of Southern cuisine, and highlights products from local farms.

L.A. Jackson

With an incredible view of downtown Nashville, L.A. Jackson is the perfect Gulch spot to unwind after the work day, celebrate special occasions, or listen to great music on Monday Vinyl Nights. Completing the experience, the food menu features sharable small plates, cast iron classics and finger lickin’ snacks. And don't miss out on the house-made pints of ice cream!



Killebrew is a neighborhood coffee shop serving up Revelator coffee, along with a selection of pastries and savory items from Chef Lisa White.