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What New Orleans’s Oldest Restaurant Can Teach Us About Resilience

What New Orleans’s Oldest Restaurant Can Teach Us About Resilience

For the Time Capsule series, we spotlight a cherished restaurant, hotel or landmark that’s changed remarkably little over the years. This week, we vis

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For the Time Capsule series, we spotlight a cherished restaurant, hotel or landmark that’s changed remarkably little over the years. This week, we visit Antoine’s in New Orleans.

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There was a time before Antoine’s in New Orleans, but that nearly two centuries ago. The French Quarter landmark began as a boardinghouse opened in 1840 by Antoine Alciatore, an immigrant from Marseilles. His son, Jules, trained at culinary school in France, returned home to perfect—alongside local cooks—a menu of sauce-based, French-Creole dishes…

This post first appeared on wsj.com

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