Rue Bourbon currently have 5 branches across the Metro: Salcedo, Fort, Eastwood, Tomas Morato and BF Paranaque. Bourbon Street (French: Rue Bourbon) is a street in the heart of New Orleans' oldest neighborhood, the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. While it is now primarily known for its bars and strip clubs, Bourbon Street's history provides a rich insight into New Orleans, the birth place of jazz music; it is also famous for the annual Mardi Gras parade. Mardi Gras customs include balls and parties; parades with floats and marching bands; walking-club processions; acquiring beads tossed from floats or balconies; and general party in the streets with special decorations and props; beads, masks handed out or tossed from floats or balconies; plus music, drinking and dancing. Our mission is to showcase this spirit, and deepen the public’s appreciation of Mardi Gras as a cultural attraction here in the Philippines. In our own way, we want to show customers that we encourage fun and engaging them to do the same. In doing so, we hope the portrayals of Mardi Gras (in Bourbon Street) is seen as a traditional family orientation that offers not only fun and excitement but also creative expression to stir young imaginations, also further introduce the cultural richness of New Orleans in our community.