Just three items — coffee, beignets and milk — have kept Café Du Monde a must-see, must-sip destination in New Orleans for nearly a century and half. Sandwiched in the French Market between the French Quarter’s Jackson Square and the levees of the Mississippi River, the 400-seat Café Du Monde endures because of its simplicity. Year founded: 1862 Founder: name is lost to history Known for: café au lait and beignets Best-selling item: ...

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