Nestled among the cobblestones of Exchange Alley, the Pelican Club has been serving up flawlessly prepared meals in the French Quarter for more than two decades. The menu, which combines Louisiana, American Southwestern and Asian influences, offers a tempting collection of contemporary dishes. Open for dinner daily, the Pelican also features a roomy bar and weekend piano music.
The Pelican Club’s convenient location and fantastic food has made it a popular destination for private events and parties in New Orleans. Featuring three dining rooms and a large old-fashioned bar, the Pelican is equipped to accommodate private groups of 12 – 250 guests.
- Neighborhood: French Quarter
- Open for: Dinner
- Cuisine: American (Traditional)
- Attire: Dressy
- Private Dining Capacity: 200+
What's Cookin' at The Pelican Club
Led by chef-owner Richard Hughes and his knowledgable staff, the Pelican Club is known for its fantastically executed meals. Signature specialties include baked Louisiana oysters with bacon, the Trio of Duckling, and Louisiana cioppino served in its very own clay pot. Dessert standouts include the white chocolate bread pudding and the creamy chocolate pecan pie.
The Pelican Club also features a carefully curated wine list, along with a selection of classic cocktails and bottled beer.
Planning Your Next Event
The Pelican Club consists of three dining rooms and a large bar fashioned from a handsome, 19th-century French Quarter townhouse. For special events and meetings, the Pelican Club offers a combination of private and semi-private dining room options that can accommodate groups of up to 200 people.
- Executive Chef: Richard Hughes
- No. of Private Dining Rooms: 4
- Dining Room Capacities: Up to 200
- Hotel Transportation: Included