Bruno's has been an institution in New Orleans since the days of prohibition. Having been situated on the three corners of Maple and Hillary since 1934, Bruno's returned to its original address in 2006 with a new building and much more fun to offer. A four year project by the Melius family resulted in a grand new location to carry on Leo Bruno's tradition of bringing fun and camaraderie to his patrons. The original home of the "B.B.B." (Babbling Bastards of Bruno's), an old carnival organization with many years of history. Great moments in local sports history, from Tulane's perfect season to the Saint's first division title, are still immortalized on the walls.
You can watch your favorite game on any one of 10 HD televisions or play a game of shuffleboard, darts, or pool. There are fifteen draft taps and plenty more bottled and canned beers to choose from, along with some of the best bartenders in town. Come taste the new items like the Cochon de Lait Nachos or try old favorites like, Fried Mac & Cheese, the Debris Po-boy and the best cheese fries in town. We promise to fill your every need. We can do parties for groups of 50 to 250 people and we make it easy and pain free. If you grew up in New Orleans, you have probably been to Bruno's sometime in your life. If not, you better visit soon.
Families and kids of all ages are welcome every day.
Monday – Friday
4pm – 7pm
$2 OFF all Draft Beers
$3 Wells & Domestics
$4 Calls & Imports
A 21st-century approach on prohibition. Take a walk through Old Palm City and see for yourselves what the buzz is all about. From old fashions and reinvented traditions, Townie’s continues to bring family and friends together for great food and conversation in a trendy casual atmosphere. Our eclectic menu features a wide variety of options using only the freshest ingredients. We’re proud to support local by using as many local vendors as possible.
Palm City began as a town in Palm Beach County in 1825. John Martin signed the act creating the new county named for him “Martin County” and Palm City, which became a part of Martin County. Many of the Pioneer families are still living in or near Palm City and have various streets, buildings, and parks named after them. Our old Palm City embodies a delicate blend of rich history and vibrant youthfulness.