Celebrated my 50th birthday at Tujague's back in mid-February. The staff at Tujague's did an amazing job of working with my wife and setting things up for our party of 13 people, even gave us a private room facing Decatur Street with a balcony. As we had a number of NOLA first timers with us this trip, the LOVED the view and the ambiance.
Now, on to the important stuff. The food was amazing!!! My personal favorite was the Shrimp Absinthe, I swear the sauce in that dish would make your flip-flop taste amazing. Also of note was the Creole Turtle soup, Oysters en Brochette, Crab au Gratin, and the Louisiana Lump Crab & Wild Mushroom Gnocchi appetizers. In regards to the main courses we (and our guests) loved the Gulf Puppy Drum Pontchartrain, Grilled Double Cut Pork Chop, Chicken Pontalba, and my personal favorite the Abita Amber BBQ Shrimp and Grits.
Our waiter, Dennis, was great as well. There is a reason why Tujague's is the second oldest restaurant in the Quarter, I highly recommend them!
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