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  • Walt Disney’s Love Letter to New OrleansWalt Disney’s Love Letter to New Orleans
    Everyone knows the spirit of New Orleans is alive and well at Disney parks around the globe. From New Orleans Square at Disneyland Resort to Port Orleans at Walt Disney World Resort and even to the upcoming attraction Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, the vibrant heart and soul of the Creole hub of the south remains. But, ...
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  • At Antoine’s, New Orleans’ oldest restaurant, change keeps coming to keep tradition aliveAt Antoine’s, New Orleans’ oldest restaurant, change keeps coming to keep tradition alive
    By Ian McNulty | Staff Writer As an early weeknight dinner got underway at Antoine’s, the low-lit, garnet-red dining room at the center of the landmark French Quarter restaurant looked like a vignette from the past. However, just through the slapping doors to the kitchen, there’s a story of change and evolution in the name of preservation. In ...
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  • A Fiery Finale: Cafe Brulot in New Orleans’ old-line restaurantsA Fiery Finale: Cafe Brulot in New Orleans' old-line restaurants
    By Kim Ranjbar A hallmark of a bygone era, table side preparation and presentation of Café Brûlot perseveres in New Orleans’ old-line restaurants. It’s a blustery winter evening, but on the inside of Antoine’s French doors, you’re rosy-cheeked and cozy. Leaning back after indulging in a veritable feast of crisp souffle potatoes dipped in béarnaise and ...
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  • New Orleans’s Iconic Antoine’s Is The Oldest Family-Run Restaurant In The US
    Read the full article here: For more than 180 years, Antoine’s has been serving fine French-Creole cuisine within the heart of New Orleans’s iconic French Quarter — making it the oldest family-run restaurant in the U.S. Dating back to 1840, when a young French chef by the name of Antoine Alciatore set down roots in ...
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  • We honor the life of 4th Generation owner, Yvonne Elaine Alciatore Blount.We honor the life of 4th Generation owner, Yvonne Elaine Alciatore Blount.
    Yvonne Elaine Alciatore Blount 85 was born and raised in New Orleans, peacefully passed away on August 20, 2022. She is the only child of Roy Louis Alciatore and Mary Pearl Duggan Alciatore. Yvonne is a descendant of Antoine Alciatore, Founder of Antoine’s Restaurant the country’s oldest family-run restaurant located in the heart of the ...
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  • American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation Announce 25 Recipients of the $1 Million “Backing Historic Small Restaurants” Grant Program ⚜️
    We are so grateful to keep making history alongside American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “These establishments have served their communities for decades, and they represent a diverse collection of cuisines and cultures that are integral to the fabric of their neighborhoods,” said Madge Thomas, President of the American Express Foundation & ...
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  • Antoine’s Angels: A Whispering Angel Rosé Soiree
    For tickets, please visit: Menu: Watermelon and Crab Salad Compressed Watermelon, Jumbo Lump Louisiana Crabmeat, Fresh Arugula, Toasted Almonds, Summer Citrus Vinaigrette. Grilled Salmon Grilled North Atlantic Salmon Filet, Summer Vegetable Golden Rice, charred Lemon Beurre Blanc Peaches and Cream Rosé Poached Peaches, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Fresh Whipped Cream, ginger snap cookie crumble.
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  • Mother’s Day Brunch!
    Mother’s Day brunch will be available on Sunday, May 8th alongside our a la carte menu. Book your reservation today!
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  • The 17 Greatest Restaurants in New Orleans 2022!
    The 17 Best Restaurants in New Orleans! A New Orleans culinary stalwart since 1840, the shadow that Antoine’s casts in the Crescent City can’t be overestimated. As the oldest continuously operating restaurant in America, Antoine’s is still run by its founding family. Antoine Alciatore, the restaurant’s namesake, is considered the father of Creole cooking, and ...
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  • 12 Restaurants Made Famous by Movies and Television
    12 Restaurants Made Famous by Movies and Television As the Crescent City’s oldest restaurant and the birthplace of oysters Rockefeller—the decadent dish was conjured up here circa 1889—Antoine’s was a New Orleans staple long before it starred in a slew of Hollywood thrillers, including 1991’s JFK and 1994’s The Client. But one of its more memorable ...
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