Capturing the essence of the French Quarter, this restaurant serves flavorful, local cuisine while maintaining the period ambience of 1788, the year it was built. Multiple arched doorways open onto the bustling street and decorative wrought iron railings encase the second-level balconies. Copper pots and pans are suspended from the exposed wood-beamed ceilings of the rustic main floor dining area.
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