Cafe De Monde

4.535 Votes
  • Address: 800 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5045254544
  • Tags: Cafe, Family And Kids

If you are looking for a place to pass some warmth down your throat, one place in New Orleans is definitely waiting for you with its famous brews including café au laits, chicory coffee, beignets and a lot more. Yes, it’s about Cafe De Monde where you can gather all round the year for love, laughter, or spirited conversations. This iconic cafe is making it to the list of travellers from all walks of life. This place uses the Ethyl Acetate process to decaffeinate its coffee besides giving customers full freedom to experiment their personal preferences. At Cafe De Monde, you can enjoy your coffee in any form be it strong, black, with sugar, without milk, or little weaker brew.

How to Reach Cafe De Monde

  • Trams 2-Riverfront to stop – Ursulines Station
  • Trams 49-Rampart-St. Claude to stop – St. Claude at Pauger
  • Trams 47Canal-Cemteries,48-Canal City Park,49-Rampart-St. Claude to stop – Canal at Basin (Out)
  • Trams 12-St. Charles to stop – S. Carrollton at S. Claiborne

  • Cafe De Monde Address: 800 Decatur St, New Orleans, LA 70116, USA, United States
  • Cafe De Monde Contact Number: +1-5045254544
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  • 0.56% of people who visit New Orleans include Cafe De Monde in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Cafe De Monde visit around 10 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cafe De Monde

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cafe De Monde

People normally club together Crescent City Farmers Market and New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park while planning their visit to Cafe De Monde.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Cafe De Monde Reviews & Ratings

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  • Depending on the time, the line can be extremely long but don't worry! the line actually moves very fast and it's worth your wait! Also, be careful which line you go to, t here is one that is take out only and one that is dine in. It's very good especially when it's fresh and warm. This place has history so it's one huge tourist attraction and I definitely recommend it to anyone in or traveling to NOLA.

  • Light, fluffy, crispy, and sweet. Comfort food at its finest. This place makes the tastiest pastry you've ever eaten in your entire life. Some people would say that's bold words coming from such a skinny guy. I can guarantee you 2 things 1st thing you will get powdered sugar all over yourself. This is Okay! Number 2 its gonna be delish.

  • If you can manage, I would recommend arriving between 6 - 7 AM when the cafe is virtually empty. You can enjoy the ambience without the crowds. That being said, we did visit during the peak of the afternoon and there was a brass band playing outside, which did make the experience that much better.

  • This is such a cool experience in NOLA. They've been operating 24 hours a day since 1862, making it the the world's most famous and one of the oldest continuously run coffee shops in America. There is normally a really long line, and the place stays busy seemingly all the time, but it is well worth the wait once you get a table and get to savor the sinfully sweet beignets and enjoy a cup of coffee with chicory. You may leave covered in powdered sugar, but at least you know you enjoyed yourself.

  • Absolutely delicious!! We got 2 orders of beignets for 2 adults and 2 kids and it was more than enough! Piping hot and lived up to all my expectations! The wait was long but I expected that with the huge amount of people they were serving. We weren't in a rush and wanted to enjoy the ambiance anyway (the lively brass band right outside the restaurant was fun to watch!). Our server was friendly and made the experience fun for the kids. I am so glad we made the trip and didn't let the crowds deter us.

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