SoBou is excited to announce its spring
and summer event series "SoBou Courtyard Fest," a weekly entertainment series
featuring live music, delicious food, and crafted cocktails. The event encourages
hotel guests and locals to get together and enjoy the beautiful weather.
located in the Hotel W New Orleans on 310 Chartres St. in the French Quarter,
is a sister restaurant of famously known Commander's Palace. The name
simplifies South of Bourbon into a unique two syllable word. It is a favorite
restaurant among locals and run by Chef Byron Halliburton. He has introduced
"snacky things" and "small bites" to the new menu, which includes Natchitoches
meat pies, duck and sweet potato beignets, and cracklins. "Big Bites" and
dessert are other menu options that you can't skip out on. The restaurant is
currently open for dine-in dinner on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and for
brunch on Sundays with new available seating in the courtyard.
Courtyard Fest will be held in W Hotel's courtyard. Last month, SoBou held Mudbugs
& Jenga Madness, a Louisiana styled crawfish boil with a competitive
game of Jenga. Mudbugs & Jenga Madness will take place every Saturday from
12 p.m. to 3 p.m. until the end of May. SoBou gives participants the
opportunity to enjoy a tray of fresh caught crawfish with a live music
performance. Winners of Jenga will get to choose a prize of a Veuve Clicquot
"Yellow Label," a bottle of Puncher's Chance Bourbon, or Blood x Sweat x Tears
courtyard fest will also feature SoBou Sounds in its lineup. This series is
hosted on Thursday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., featuring New Orleans jazz
fiddler Dr. Sick and The Late Greats. Due to popular demand, it is recommended
to make reservations through OpenTable.
spring and summer, the SoBou Courtyard Fest will host additional events such as
fortune telling and tailgating. The restaurant is offering fun and engaging
activities for everyone, so stay up to date with SoBou's new offerings each
For more information, please visit sobounola.com.