Most People Don’t Know The History Of One Of The Oldest Eateries In New Orleans, St. Roch Market

The Crescent City is an old city, and we take care of it. Just about every building in New Orleans has a story, and it’s just one of the reasons to love our city. There are plenty of century-old restaurants that have survived the test of time, and St. Roch Market is one of them. Nearly 150 years old, this historic building has one of the most fascinating histories behind it, and you may be surprised to learn how this iconic eatery got its start.

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Hopefully this iconic building continues to thrive for many years. Have you ever dined at St. Roch? What’s your go-to dish? Shout it out in the comments!

Address: 2381 St Claude Ave, New Orleans, LA 70117, USA