November 1 2022 | Planning Tips

Your wedding will go down in history when you say your “I dos” at Tujague’s, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans. Since 1856, couples have been celebrating their nuptials as well as their rehearsal dinners and bachelor/bachelorette parties here in the heart of the French Quarter.  

Tujague’s is famous for both their traditional yet inventive Creole cuisine, cocktails (the grasshopper was invented here) and exquisite service. Their space is ideal for ceremonies and receptions for up to 300 guests. They offer private dining rooms on all three floors of the restaurant with great views of the French Quarter and some with access to their 2nd-floor balcony overlooking Decatur Street. Keeping it small? Their 1st-floor courtyard is a beautiful location for an intimate wedding. 

Don’t walk down the aisle without taking a walk-thru of Tujague’s first. Learn more today.