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Fulton Alley

600 Fulton St. (Convention Center Blvd.) Send to Phone
Cocktails, bowling and sliders are the draw in Harrah's garage.
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Lunch Fri.-Sun., Dinner nightly
Open late

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Fulton Alley Restaurant Review

: Fulton Alley: Is it a bowling alley? A craft cocktail bar? A small-plates destination? An entertainment venue? Yes, to all of the above. Only in New Orleans could a creative team come up with a concept that mixes bowling, drinks and clever cuisine all in the lower level of the Harrah's Casino garage. Twelve lanes provide the necessary bowling theme audio backdrop and a rather entertaining array of amateur bowlers, who either will or already have enjoyed pulled pork sliders, deep-fried Brussels sprouts, meat pies, smoked chicken wings, and a chiffon cream cake that will induce momentary euphoria. Add to that a full cocktail program from the same people who brought you the uptown bar Cure, and you're likely to sample something called "Gimme Danger" --- dry gin, grapefruit juice, two kinds of bitters and a touch of grenadine. There is also a surprisingly well-thought-out, albeit limited, wine list featuring something called Zinsane Zinfandel that fairly explodes with fullness when the first drop hits your tongue. Fulton Alley is a welcome addition to the emerging Fulton Corridor of restaurants that already includes Ruth's Chris Steak House and Grand Isle.

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