ABOUT FULTON STREET
The entrance to the red-bricked expanse that is Fulton Street lies just outside Harrah's New Orleans Casino. Closed to drive-through traffic, Fulton Street is a rare treasure for the pedestrian explorer. As you stroll down Fulton, you'll enjoy a unique blend of historic artistry and modern marvel. Be sure to put this on your list of things to do in New Orleans.
Excitement, dining and great music are the core of the vibrant Fulton Street. Here you’ll find exciting outdoor concerts, music and sports fan events year round. It's the most exhilarating place to watch a game or just hang out with other fans! With the annual "Mardi Gras on Fulton", "Miracle on Fulton Street" and other events held regularly, Fulton Street is always buzzing!
A Harrah’s restaurant partner, Manning's menu features comfort foods from the Mississippi delta with some unique Creole twists and creative interpretations of tailgating classics.
From US Prime steaks to the expertly executed seafood, New Orleans-inspired appetizers and an award winning wine list, this is a steakhouse to which others aspire.
Gordon Biersch is a Harrah’s restaurant partner where they brew their own beer and serve it along upscale pub fare.
Enjoy local heritage and fresh Gulf seafood at local chef Joel Dondis’ Grand Isle concept restaurant.
Fulton Alley is New Orleans’ newest and most unique entertainment bar & restaurant that features 12 bowling lanes wrapped in an atmosphere of art, music, craft food and cocktails.
Why You'll Love It
Exciting and vibrant with dining and great music
A unique blend of historic artistry and modern marvel
A rare treasure for the pedestrian explorer