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Cafe' Dauphine


Casual Dining Neighborhood Cafe'

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Cafe' Dauphine


Casual Dining Neighborhood Cafe'

 

A Destination

Tucked away in the the Holy Cross section of New Orleans' Lower 9th Ward,  Cafe' Dauphine is an oasis of good southern comfort food.

 
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Eat Together


There is no season for comfort food - we need it all of the time.  Come home to Cafe' Dauphine.

 

Eat Together


There is no season for comfort food - we need it all of the time.  Come home to Cafe' Dauphine.

 

"Great food and service. Twice I called ahead and our table was ready when we arrived. I had a big party each time. Food is cooked to order but very much worth the wait. Also the mixed lemonades are amazing. I drive 1.5 hours just to get those crawfish egg rolls 👍👍" - Sylvennie Smith

"They were hospitable. Very accommodating. The food was good. The lizardi rolls, redfish florentine and stuffed pepper. Will be back!" - Gerald Watson

"I loved this place. The food was excellent and the staff were genuinely friendly. The open kitchen is a good idea. I second the Redfish Florentine that others have mentioned - great dish!"        - Dave J

"After church on Sunday we decided to eat here, the food was great and my family enjoyed every moment, we will visit again."   - Robert Cook

"Excellent service, excellent food, wonderful uniquely New Orleans flavor!!!" - Kim Ford

"Cafe Dauphine is one of my favorite places and we are lucky to have them in the lower 9th ward. Tonight I had the fried shrimp salad and as always, the shrimp were sweet, plump and delicious and fried to absolute perfection!!" - Donna Cavato

"I'm so glad a friend recommended this gem. The service was wonderful and the food delicious. My husband and I shared an amazing sausage and shrimp gumbo and redfish florentine. Fresh, flavorful food." - Claire Richards

"Awesome meal and service. Thank you for being an alternative to the burbon St. And French qt. We picked cafe dauphine and it was worth it. Redfish Florentine is yummy." - Rhonda Rupe