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Tujague’s

Opened in 1856, Tujague’s has been serving food since the Civil War. Dining at this little restaurant, it’s possible to believe that nothing has changed for a century and a half. The menu is strictly prix fixe, and the tuxedo-clad waiters serve the six courses with an air of formality. The best dishes are the spicy shrimp r√©moulade and the beef brisket with horseradish Creole sauce. Both these standouts can be ordered √† la carte in the bar, where experienced bartenders mix classic cocktails at the city’s oldest stand-up bar.

Address
823 Decatur St. (Madison St.),
French Quarter
Telephone
+1 504 525 8676
Website
tujagues.com
Opening Times
daily, 5pm-10:30pm.
Price
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