Crazy to believe that one of our very own staple restaurants in the city of New Orleans turns 165 years old – and is still operating to this day! The second oldest restaurant in New Orleans and the third oldest continuously operating restaurant in the U.S., Tujague’s Restaurant celebrates a special milestone throughout the month of December, and all month long at that.
Starting Wednesday, December 1st and continuing through the end of the year, Tujague’s is partnering with Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Reserve, NV to offer guests unbeatable specials on the high-end bubbly. Guests can sip on glasses of this sought-after champagne for just $16.50 or enjoy a bottle for the low price of $65. Specials will be available daily during the restaurant’s operating hours.
In addition to Champagne specials, the world-renowned eatery is offering a commemorative 1856 Sazerac Collection. Tujague’s Sazerac Collection includes High West Rye Whiskey ($25) – Peychaud’s Oak Barrel Aged Bitters, Jade ‘C.F. Berger’ Absinthe Supérierure, and Louisiana cane sugar served in a commemorative 1856 Riedel rocks glass; ‘1840’ Pierre Ferrand Grand Champagne Cognac ($18) – Peychaud’s Oak Barrel Aged Bitters, Lucid Absinthe Supérierure, Louisiana cane sugar; and Sazerac Rye Whiskey ($12) – Peychaud’s Bitters, Herbsaint, Louisiana cane sugar.
In addition to cocktails galore, their celebrations will also include a festive Sunday Funday on December 26th with a three-hour Christmas themed Drag Queen Brunch ft. Poppy Tooker! Priced at $70 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), the three-course menu features a variety of culinary delights as well as bottomless mimosas and coffee. The Drag Queen Brunch menu can be found HERE.
Join in on the celebrations next month at Tujague’s!
Located at 429 Decatur Street
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday – 5PM – 9PM
Friday and Saturday – 5PM – 10PM
Friday from 11AM – 2:30PM
Saturday and Sunday from 10AM – 2:30PM