One of the oldest restaurants in New Orleans has closed after 125 years. The breakfast hot spot The Old Coffee Pot, which was located in the French Quarter on St Peter street next to the world famous Pat O'Brien's, was recently the subject of a scathing review on 'Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back'  TV show.  They were known for their classic cajun and creole dishes, but you might remember them from an episode last summer that showed Ramsay pulling a dead mouse out of the toaster. (Who could forget THAT?). And things have kind of been going downhill ever since, even after the huge overhaul of the property from the renowned chef. We are so sorry to see this historic, and unique Louisiana restaurant close.


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