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Cafe Du Monde
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You just gotta do it. You gotta eat beignets. It's a thing. You get your single order and your cafe au lait and you watch the street performers, you count the pigeons, you pray for that passed out guy across the street in Jackson Square, and this is fun. Double fun when you accidentally inhale all…
New Orleans Coffee and Beignets! Ferry over and get breakfast at Café Du Monde and enjoy Jackson Square.
Café du Monde is a renowned open-air coffee shop located at the French Market on Decatur Street in the French Quarter. It is a New Orleans landmark and tourist destination, known for its café au lait and beignets.
The place for beignets (think funnel cake only smaller) and a café au lait! It is open 24-hr, and is cash only. If the line for a table is long, head to the take out window. Find a bench along the river and enjoy!
The quintessential coffee and beignets shop of New Orleans. You simply must go.
Iconic New Orleans cafe known for café au laits, chicory coffee & beignets since 1862.
Traditional coffee shops that serves beignets, which are just square French-style doughnuts.
Cafe' du Monde, 1862, is the original beignet stand well-loved across the world. It's across from Jackson Square and has some of the best people watching in the French Quarter. There is a side window for to go orders. Jazz musicians, street performers, and the occasional telescope appear and…
This is the go-to spot for locals and tourists alike for beignets, which is fried pieces of dough topped with powdered sugar. Paired with their signature chicory cafe au lait, what’s not to love?! It’s opened 24/7 which is nice for those midnight snacks when you’re still in the Quarter. Tip:…
Serving cafe au lait and Beignets 24 hours daily. Taste the original Beignet, Louisiana's state donut, so good you must try
The iconic cafe known for chicory coffee and beignets has been open since 1862 and is open 24 hours a day. There's a line for takeout and oftentimes a line for a table, but here's a local tip - if you see an empty table, grab it! There's no official line so get in where you can.