Inside The Creole Restaurant That Inspired Disney’s ‘Princess And The Frog’ | Legendary Eats

Dooky Chase was founded by Emily and Dooky Chase, and their daughter-in-law, award-winning chef Leah Chase, took over with her husband in 1945. While it’s known for all of its creole menu items, it’s most known for its gumbo and Shrimp Clemenceau.

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Inside The Creole Restaurant That Inspired Disney’s ‘Princess And The Frog’ | Legendary Eats

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