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You can not skip this one! Beignets and chicory coffee. Open 24 hrs. Bring CASH! Can also order to-go!
Located across from Jackson Square, this institution serves nothing but beignets and coffee. Just walk in and enjoy!
Getting beignets and coffee at Cafe du Monde is a must if you're in town. They only accept cash and while the line will likely be long when you get there, they turn tables fast and you have a front row seat to people watching on Decatur street. They are also open 24 hours so you can go at any time…
If you're coming to NOLA, you need to stop at Cafe du Monde to enjoy the beignets. Grab a few and a cafe au lait before exploring Jackson Square and the rest of the Quarter.
This is the go-to spot for locals and tourists alike for beignets, which is fried pieces of dough topped with powdered sugar. Paired with their signature chicory cafe au lait, what’s not to love?! It’s opened 24/7 which is nice for those midnight snacks when you’re still in the Quarter. Tip:…
The original French market coffee stand, serving cafe au lait and hot beignets (French doughnuts) 24 hours a day, year round. This familiar New Orleans landmark has been located in the french market since 1862.
Cafe' du Monde, 1862, is the original beignet stand well-loved across the world. It's across from Jackson Square and has some of the best people watching in the French Quarter. There is a side window for to go orders. Jazz musicians, street performers, and the occasional telescope appear and…
Serving cafe au lait and Beignets 24 hours daily. Taste the original Beignet, Louisiana's state donut, so good you must try
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