New Orleans, Louisiana - Cafés
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Café Du Monde

Standing proudly as one of New Orleans' original and lasting treasures since 1862, Café Du Monde is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to fulfill all your desires for fine coffee and pastries. Its menu is rife with all the condiments of a traditional coffee house: dark roasted coffee and chicory, pastries, and freshly squeezed juices. Naturally, most people come for the famous beignets, which are made true to French-style doughnuts. The most frequented location is the French Market Café Du Monde, but there are also seven other locations in the New Orleans area, so visit the website to find the nearest one to you!
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Jacques-Imo's Café

The creation of French-Italian chef Jacques Leonardi, Jacques-Imo’s Café is a favorite for authentic "Nawlins" cuisine. The café invites guests to come early and stay late for delicious dishes, like the duck and andouille sausage gumbo, crab meat stuffed shrimp, and blackened redfish with crab-chili hollandaise. The atmosphere is welcoming and whimsical for friends and family. Parties of four or under are seated on a first come, first serve basis; for parties of five or more, reservations are recommended.
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