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Article by Matthew Keyte | The Culture Trip For classic Creole fare in The French Quarter, The Original Pierre Maspero’s is as good as anywhere. In one of the oldest buildings in the city, built in 1788, the space now used as the restaurant has over the years been frequented by the famous smugglers Jean and Pierre Lafitte as a base and a place where they met General Andrew Jackson to plan the defense of New Orleans against the British in 1812. Pierre Maspero’s serves up breakfasts, lunches or dinners, with things on the menu like eggs benedict, andouille and eggs, fried green tomatoes with shrimp, French onion soup, and chicken and andouille gumbo. Source and full article: theculturetrip.com [...]

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by Original Pierre Maspero's | about a year ago

Come into Pierre Maspero's on May 21, 2015 to support Red Nose Day! For every purchase of our Slapstick Smash, we will donate $1 to the Red Nose Foundation. [...]

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by Original Pierre Maspero's | about a year ago

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