Power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce pulled up at famed New Orleans eatery, Dooky Chase’s.
And of course a photo of the super-couple quickly went viral.
Also in the house: Bey’s sister, singer Solange, who lives nearby in New Orleans, and who showed up wearing a mean blonde blowout.
The legendary family-owned, Creole restaurant first opened its doors in 1939, when it began as a neighborhood sandwich shop, and evolved into a thriving restaurant and social center that has been going strong ever since.
During the tumultuous civil rights era, many leaders in the fight against segregation would stop in and discuss the movement over dinner and those names included everyone from the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall to the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The restaurant is also a favorite of former President Barack Obama’s.
Jay and Bey’s relationship with the eatery runs deep: Leah Chase, descendant of Emily and Dooky Chase, Sr., who opened the building as a restaurant in 1941, is featured in Bey’s ‘Lemonade’ video.
Leah is the main chef and proprietor of the restaurant.
The legendary eatery is reportedly one of the superstar couple’s favorite places to dine period.