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Beignets: Chef John Harris opened Bouligny Tavern in 2010 in a century-old New Orleans cottage just next door to his wildly popular Lilette. Bouligny Tavern is a sleek and elegant space, a backdrop of mid-century modern with an eclectic menu of fine wine, cocktails and small plates. The Tavern is famous for its gouda filled beignet, an ethereal pillow of fried smoky goodness that manages to be surprisingly light. Served warm, and wonderfully salty and these fried treats work well as a starter or paired with a tall beer out of the tap. More good news - they're half price during happy hour!

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Local Expert Beth D'Addono Says:

Beignets: "Imagine a mozzarella stick with French pizzazz and the gouda beignet is the ticket."

Best for Beignets Because: Cheesy smoky fried deliciousness adds up to one heck of an appetizer at this Magazine Street tavern.

Main Menu

Assorted
Fried
Sliced Meats
Bruschetta & Crostini
Sweets

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