Fodor's Expert Review Bon Ton Café

$$$ CBD and Warehouse District Cajun

The Bon Ton's opening in 1953 marked the first appearance of a significant Cajun restaurant in New Orleans, and the now-famed crawfish dishes, gumbo, jambalaya, and oyster omelet continue to draw fans. The bustle in the dining room peaks at lunchtime on weekdays, when businesspeople from nearby offices come in droves for turtle soup, eggplant with a shrimp and crab étouffée, and warm, sugary bread pudding with whiskey sauce (it packs a serious punch). If you can sacrifice the afternoon for pleasure, try a Rum Ramsey cocktail. The veteran servers are knowledgeable and fleet-footed.

Cajun American Lively Lunch Dinner $$$

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401 Magazine St.
New Orleans, Louisiana  70130, USA


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Rate Includes: Closed weekends

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