Dine At These 7 Restaurants In New Orleans For A Truly Historic Experience
We are blessed to have so many restaurants that have stood the test of time. New Orleans is peppered with restaurants that have been around over a century, and if you’ve never dined at these historic restaurants, then you’re truly missing out. Make 2019 the year you decide to start ticking some of these historic restaurants off of your bucket list. Let’s check it out.
Established in 1840, Antoine’s Restaurant is the oldest continuously-operated family run restaurant in the country. Each of the fourteen dining rooms have their own unique history and charm, and the French-Creole cuisine will blow you away. 713 St. Louis St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
Arnaud’s just hit its 100 year anniversary in 2018, and that’s reason enough to pay them a visit. Not only does this restaurant have an incredible ambiance and atmosphere, but the food will blow you away. 813 Rue Bienville, New Orleans, LA 70112.
4. The Old Coffeepot
The Old Coffeepot has been churning out some of the best breakfast in the city since 1894, and it’s worth your while to stop in. From the Bienville Omelet to their Lost Bread, you truly can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. 714 St Peter St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
Founded in 1905 by Jean Glatoire, this iconic restaurant is now in its fifth generation, serving some incredible cuisine you’re sure to love. 209 Bourbon St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
Tujague’s has been around since 1856, making it the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans. Nestled within a 300-year old building, the charm of this incredible space is only amplified by the incredible cuisine. They’re known for their famous boiled brisket, a recipe that has gone unchanged for over 150 years. 823 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA 70116.
Mother’s may not be as old as the restaurants on this list, but their food is so great we had to put it on this list. This classic joint has been open since 1938, and don’t let the long line fool you, that just means you’re in the right spot. The food is absolutely worth the wait and the flavors will make you fall in love at first bite. 401 Poydras St., New Orleans, LA 70130.
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