Go there all the time . Love those beignets . Just be prepared to get powered sugar all over yourself
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On the way out of the Deep South and MSY is our airport to get back home, dd wanted nothing but beignets from cafe du monde. Alas there was not enough time to stop in the quarter but a stop at Lakeside Mall was good...More
Cafe du Monde is a New Orleans tradition near Jackson square offering unique beignets and coffee. Now there are a few other places that offer the same. Good stuff, gotta try it!
Eating beignets and having café au lait is a right of passage in New Orleans. This location is great. They have a drive thru. Plus you don't have to fight the crowds and the lines like you would the one in the French Quarter.
This little Café Du Monde stop is perfect for a chicory coffee and three perfect little beignets with lots of powdered sugar. The tables are arranged for great people watching and the holidays are a perfect time to sit here and get a caffeine and...More
If you've never been to the original Cafe Du Monde in the French Quarter, GO! But if you find yourself in the 'burbs and longing for a hot cafe au lait and beignet, this is the place to be! All the authentic taste, but without...More
It's almost sinful to go to New Orleans without visiting Cafe Du Monde. Oh, the powdered sugured benees are to die for....fluffy and light...could eat way to many. I don't like coffee with chickering, but if you do, theirs is suppose to be very good.
We had never tried beignets and loved this spot in the mall. The staff was a little distracted and took time to take our order but were overall very friendly.
We ran across Café Du Monde while shopping at the Lakeside Mall. Had to get beignets and café au lait. Yes, not the original on Decatur, but there was ample seating, and the line moved very quickly. My daughter was ecstatic -- the beignets were...More
The delight of New Orleans natives and tourists alike, Many a romance has blossomed over the chicory coffee and powered doughnuts. For eons, Cafe Du Monde was located in the French Quarter but it moved several years ago to the New Orleans suburb of Metairie.