Tujague's Restaurant

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823 Decatur St
New Orleans, LA 70116
(504) 525-8676
Cajun / Creole, Cocktail, Wine Bar
$ $

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Foursquare Tips

  • Gotta love an establishment that loves a good classic. They havent touched anything at this bar for 150 years. Order a sazerac and an absinthe frappe.
  • Best place to sip a sazerac in town.
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. Opened in 1856, Tujague's has all the amenities you'd expect from a bar that old: none. But the Sazeracs are amazing.
  • The bartender is great! Very knowledgable, and has a great ass!
  • The only standup bar in New Orleans! Grab a drink and stay for dinner - the gnocchi and roast beef will blow your mind! Excellent service too.
  • Had a cocktail and appetizer, the bacon-wrapped oysters. Divine.
  • It's pronounced TWO-jacks!
  • Holy Shit!!!! The brisket sandwich is fantastic. Wow! Get after it.
  • Mark Latter and krewe are the Best! Big thanks to you all from the Lockhart Family for helping make our 2012 Family Reunion so great.
  • Have a Sunday afternoon drink at the bar. Mike is the man - kind and patient.
  • An enjoyable place to escape from the sloppiness of Bourbon Street and feel classy, for a change. Old-school cocktails, classic tile & wood, tenders using pestles.
  • The only stand-up only bar in the quarter, great atmosphere and beers on tap!
  • Beef brisket is soooooooo good!!! A must eat
  • Oldest restaurant out there but honestly the horseradish overpowered the roast beef po boy. Not my fav
  • Very nice atmosphere. Great food. The was a party of 5 with me and everyone enjoyed their dish. I ordered the Seafood Salad and it was fresh, very tasty and light. Average cost for menu items.
  • Oldest standing bar still in operation in the US. Have the pims cup! So refreshing and oh so good!
  • bar atmosphere
  • Bar is a classic ... locals, no college kids ... a fun place to get away from the craziness
  • The bartenders at Tujagues make the Grasshopper, the green after-dinner drink made with creme de menthe. It was actually invented in 1928 by one of the restaurants owners, Philibert Guichet.
  • I had the best meal of my life here during Mardi Gras!