One November day in 1993 a little terra cotta colored house at 508 Pujo Street opened its doors as Pujo St. Cafe. At the time, the menu only consisted of soups, salads, and pastas. Moreover, we were only open for lunch during the week and occupied only the bottom floor. This quaint cafe quickly grew in popularity, completely taking over the house along with a small open-air courtyard in four and half short years. The time came to look for something more accommodating. About the same time, the new owners of the Gordon's Drugstore building were looking for tenants and as they say, "the rest is history". in May of 1998 Pujo St. Cafe moved to its new location offering more than ever: lunch, dinner, covered courtyard dinning, full bar, upscale wine list (with wine testings ever two months), live music, and a private banquet room- all in a New Orleans atmosphere. For more than a decade, Pujo St. Cafe has been committed to bringing to the table food with a fresh idea. Pujo St. Cafe would also like to thank you, the customer, for dining with us and allowing us to serve you!