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ⓘ Langensteins is a famous and historic Louisiana grocery store. Their regional specialties include Daube glace, and crawfish pie. The store was established in up ..




Langensteins
                                     

ⓘ Langensteins

Langensteins is a famous and historic Louisiana grocery store. Their regional specialties include Daube glace, and crawfish pie.

The store was established in uptown New Orleans in 1922 by Michael Langenstein and his two sons, George and Richard as a small corner grocery store in uptown New Orleans. The uptown location is on Arabella Street. A second location is at 800 Metairie Road in Metairie. The store offers prepared foods and grocers including regional specialties including crawfish etouffee, seafood gumbo, and grillades.

                                     
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