Sugar Bowl Dining 1956
by nolahistoryguy | Dec 31, 2022 | 1950s, Buses, CBD, Food and Drink, French Quarter, Garden District, Lakeview, Restaurants, Streetcars, Uptown |
Below is a sneak peek of this content!
Sugar Bowl dining options were extensive in 1956 Enjoying Sugar Bowl Dining With fans from Baylor University and the University of Tennessee in town for the Sugar Bowl game on New Year's Day, even the established, "old line" restaurants took out ads in the Times-Picayune. Brennan's Brennan's French Restaurant served "Breakfast At Brennan's," with Eggs Hussarde or Eggs St. Denis, all day long. They also recommended Lamb Chops Mirabeau, as well as the rest of a very popular menu of French cuisine. Brennan's, Still There More at 417 Royal Street, across from the Louisiana Supreme Court building. Restaurant Antoine "the...
Become a Patron! Support Edward's projects via Patreon