The inside is very similar to the one downtown in New Orleans. The food tasted the same and everyone was friendly. Just doesn't quite have that same atmosphere as downtown!
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Just like all of the other reviews state, this is a must visit location for dessert. I'll just add that it can be crowded, but the atmosphere and the pastries are worth the wait. The chicory coffee is also delicious, and I normally drink plain...More
We stopped in here mid morning during the week. There was a wait for seating but take out window was short. Our group got 10 bags of beignets and there wasn't any leftover. There is a good vibe about this area and hoping to return...More
Café Du Monde is THE best place for beignets...anywhere. Nestled on the banks of the Mississippi river; it is a great place for breakfast or just to sit and relax. It's across the street from the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square where horse drawn...More
New Orleans to the core. Maybe the simplest approach of any spot in the city. It's coffee, chicory style, and bignets in an historically rustic in-town setting. That it abandons any effort towards being classy is unquestionably the key to its universal charm. Hard to...More
The satellite locations for Cafe du Monde allow you to enjoy Beignets without the long wait time you experience downtown. You give up some of the ambiance but on this day we walked right in and were second in line, one hour later while downtown...More
If you have been there, done that in the French Quarter, and want your beignets and coffee fix without the hassle, this is a great option!! We usually go inside for a nice, relaxing treat.
A smaller version of its French Quarter namesake, this location is on Williams Boulevard a few blocks north of I-10. I often stop here for coffee and beignets before or after a trip to the New Orleans airport. I have learned to eat inside, because...More