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GAME DAYS!

Celebrating game day is a must, and we’re here to make it a cinch for you and your crew. Snag one of our dedicated outdoor options in advance, secure a big table indoors or simply place an order for your delicious game day provisions and let us do the heavy lifting. It’s that easy, and with New Orleans’ finest barbecue and craft beer only steps from the Superdome, we’ve got what you need to get the party started. 

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“Brewery Saint X is not your average brewery. With a sleek interior, an excellent menu, and lots of beer to try out, this is great for a date night, pre-gaming, or just exploring the latest in New Orleans’ culinary scene.”

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Brewery Saint X, located near the corner of Girod & Loyola in downtown New Orleans, is a state-of-the-art brewery, bar and restaurant from Neighborhood Restaurant Group that captures the innovative spirit and history of craft beer alongside a robust wine list, cocktail program, and food menu. Helmed by James Beard Foundation Award-nominated Beverage Director Greg Engert and Brewer Ro Guenzel, Saint X showcases a wide array of brewing techniques with a particular reverence for the classics, from German and Czech-inspired lagers to British cask-style beers. Hop-forward brews, experimental sours, and sessionable, full-flavored ales round out the offerings.

Open Monday Beginning 3 PM

Tuesday - Sunday 11 AM - 3 PM Serving Devil Moon BBQ Menu

Late Night Happy Hour 9 PM Nightly

Reservations Suggested, Walk-Ins Welcomed

Large Parties Welcomed

 

 

Chef Shannon Bingham’s culinary offerings encompass craveable, shareable dishes like smoked wings, confit beef cheeks, and housemade charcuterie, with the smoker as a throughline between Saint X and its adjacent sibling, Devil Moon BBQ. “With so many smoked meats to work with, Saint X’s patrons will benefit from the shared kitchen,” says Bingham, “and the menu will showcase ingredients through the lens of Southern, and specifically New Orleanian, cuisine, with the goal of providing the perfect counterpart for the beers, wines, and cocktails.” 

The wine list places an emphasis on responsibly sourced, small production vintners and runs the gamut from atypical styles to old favorites. Craft cocktails and frozens utilize spirits from smaller distillers, leaning into unexpected flavors and playful twists on Louisiana mainstays.

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The X Factor

Brewery Saint X is the brainchild of NRG Beer Director Greg Engert and Founder and CEO Michael Babin.

For Greg, Brewery Saint X carries a brewing mission that he’s been working towards for many years. “When I started my career in craft beer twenty years ago, I was drawn not only to the innovative spirit of brewing, but also to its history. While we’re excited to showcase a wide array of styles at Saint X, it’s the classics that we’re most interested in honoring.”
 

Ro Guenzel, Director of Brewing Operations for NRG, has designed the brewery to support this mission. Saint X’s brewing program allows for decoction mashing, open fermentation, long lagering times and krausening for natural carbonation, all techniques that encourage flavor complexity coupled with remarkable drinkability. Through careful ingredient selection, sourcing from the Pacific Northwest and the Southern Hemisphere Saint X will maximize flavor nuance. In addition to hop sourcing from the Pacific Northwest and the Southern Hemisphere, our brewing team will showcase singular German hops in classic lager styles. Careful incorporation of small batch, American craft malts from Virginia and North Carolina will bring sustainable ideals and impressive flavors to a host of the offerings as well.

Brewery Saint X is collaboration between the Neighborhood Restaurant Group and New Orleans based Domain Companies – responsible for Downtown New Orleans most compelling restaurant and bar concepts.

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