This New Orleans restaurant dates back to 1856, even before the city was named. Tujague’s has always stuck to its roots and kept classic Big Easy dishes on the menu. These include the kicked-up spicy shrimp remoulade and the off-menu garlicky Chicken Bon Femme brought to the restaurant by Madame Clemence Castet, the madame of the dining room from 1914 to 1969. The bar, one of New Orleans’ very first standup bars, is the birthplace of the grasshopper and whiskey punch cocktails.
Special Dishes: Chicken Bon Femme, Grasshopper Cocktail, Whiskey Punch Cocktail
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