"Magic Mike" actor Channing Tatum is already known to have invested in a restaurant, Saint, and Sinners. Now, here's a closer look at what the Hollywood star's foodie destination offers from their burlesque-styled menu, food, prices, and accommodation. See if this place can be the next tourists' favorite in New Orleans.

In a report by People about Saints and Sinners, Channing Tatum gets the best short but sweet description with these words: "A good time is certainly in store for the bustling crowds of the Big Easy." Tourists will surely enjoy this kind of fact!

According to New Orleans official Travel site, Saint and Sinner started when Channing Tatum and closest friend Keith Klutz discovered the beauty of Big Easy's laissez les bon temps rouler history. From there, their partnership sprouts out to form the now's famous red-light bordellos and a burlesque classic of New Orleans.

In the light of the day, the award-winning actor's place is a usual place for families and friends to get together where the delicious dishes like oysters Rockefeller and jambalaya are sold. When the night envelops the city, a quick transformation sweeps Saint and Sinners! It's now for adults only.

Channing Tatum's Saint and Sinners official website list down the menu and price. Starting with unusual fried alligator tail to Miss LuLu's Jambalaya, and Naked Oysters, everything about its menu is a great feat for a burlesque themed place. For the price, it's all at fair range which anyone can get a decent meal with just $6.

Lastly, TripAdvisor shares some best reviews they got from those who have reserved from their server. Some of the most notable are "Must try this restaurant!! We started off with a pound of crawfish and ended up ordering two more pounds to go," and "My favorite place in New Orleans and not because of the man who owns it. Best crawfish I've ever tasted."