It's no secret that Louisiana food culture is king, and many restaurants that serve traditional Louisiana cuisine have stood the test of time for generations.

One Louisiana restaurant has been in the same family for over 175 years making it the oldest continually run family-owned restaurant in the entire nation. That place is Antoine's in New Orleans.


According to Only In Your State:

Antoine’s Restaurant has a 176 year-old legacy and it’s right here in the Big Easy. Still owned and operated by fifth generation relatives of the original founder, Antoine’s continues to serve up world class French-Creole cuisine combined with unparalleled customer service. Come and see what makes this place a Louisiana landmark.

Can you imagine sitting in a place that has served hot meals since before the Civil War? It has survived the Depression, prohibition, and countless hurricanes. Antoine's is also the originator of Oysters Rockefeller, a dish that has been copied time and time again, but you can still have the original inside these historic walls.

Here's to another 175 years, Antoine's!

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