Road Trip to New Orleans: Hotels, Dining, and Culture.

Road Trip to New Orleans: Hotels, Dining, and Culture.

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Tujague's New Orleans

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The second oldest restaurant in New Orleans and the third oldest continuously operating restaurant in the U.S., Tujagues Restaurant is the birthplace of brunch and the Grasshopper cocktail.  From Presidential visits by Roosevelt, Truman, Eisenhower, and France’s De Gaulle to the many obstacles and challenges the restaurant faced, the story of Tujague’s is multi-faceted. Now, the iconic dining institution is celebrating its 165th anniversary in a brand-new space at 429 Decatur. Executive Chef Gus Martin has created a revamped menu featuring dishes like Crispy Pork Belly with parmesan polenta and pepper jelly gastrique and Oysters en Brochette – bacon-wrapped Gulf oysters with wilted spinach, Crystal butter sauce, and tomato jam; and a Pan Roasted Maple Leaf Duck Breast with foie gras mashed potatoes. New brunch offerings and a brand-new selection of cocktails make Tujague’s the perfect perch for modern Creole cuisine and innovative libations served up in a four-story space complete with private dining rooms and courtyard seating.www.tujaguesrestaurant.com

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