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located in the heart of City Park this indoor/outdoor coffee shop features New Orleans style coffee and beignets. If you want to get a great beignet but don't want to wait in line at cafe du monde this is the place to go.
Serving delicious Cafe Au Lait and fresh beignets 24 hours a day, this classic New Orleans joint began in the French Quarter a century ago. The waitstaff is of particular interest.
Best cafe au-lait, beignets, and view around! We think it is better than the other place, but decide for yourself.
Cafe du Monde's original competition, Morning Call is a very similar New Orleans Beignet spot.
Best beignets in the city. Order them to go, but have them bring you a plate or two -- trust us. They're fresher and come with powdered sugar poured on if you order them this way, but no powdered sugar if you order them "for here."
Best beignets in the city! Wonderful views, quick walk to playgrounds, art museum, miniature golf, sculpture garden, and amusement park. Open 24-7 and also serves alcohol (because this is New Orleans).
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