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(Photography & Written By: Jessica Bilich)

Tujague’s is a restaurant and bar located in the beautiful and famous French Quarter. Tujague’s, established in 1856, serves brunch, lunch, and dinner. Pictured above are a few options from the lunch and dessert menu. The colorful Tujague’s House Salad consists of Tuscan mix, beefsteak tomatoes, shaved red onions, cucumbers, French bread croutons, and Steen’s creole mustard vinaigrettte all coming together to create an explosion of flavor in each bite. The Abita Amber BBQ Shrimp and Grits is not your ordinary BBQ shrimp and grits dish. The pure white stone ground grits are creamy and rich in natural flavor. The smooth grits’ texture balances perfectly with the fresh large shrimp covered in a New Orleans-style barbeque butter sauce and topped with a sprinkle of green onions. Of course, we can’t forget dessert! The Grasshopper Panna Cotta is a refreshing Tiffany & Co. colored custard combined with the classic Grasshopper cocktail topped with a swirl of chocolate mousse and a crisp chocolate mint. 

To learn more on our Receptive Tour Operator services and assistance with your group itineraries including the option to experience this historical restaurant and bar, please contact us at 504-915-5454 or yayalouisianatoursandtravel@yahoo.com. You don’t want to miss out on these one of a kind dishes!


Published by YaYa Louisiana Tours and Travel

New Orleans native with many years in hotel and hospitality industry. I added Certified Tour Guide experience 5 years ago and loving it! I will help you plan your trip to New Orleans and anywhere in Louisiana whether you group is big or small.

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