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Roy Louis Alciatore, American restaurateur. famous restaurants, France, 1923-1930. Decorated Grand Officer de la Confrerie du Tastevin (Nuits-Saint-Georges, France).


Alciatore, Roy Louis was born on December 19, 1902 in New Orleans. Son of Jules Louis and Marie Althea (Roy) Alciatore.


Student St. Aloysius College, New Orleans, 1913-1917, Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama, 1917-1918, Chenet Institute, New Orleans, 1918-1919, Tulane University, 1919.


1 daughter, Yvonne Elaine. Married second, Mistress Fred N. Blount, Junior Was an apprentice restaurant worker Pension Alciatore, New Orleans, 1920-1923. Continued studies in famous restaurants, France, 1923-1930.

Manager Antoine’s (founded by grandfather in 1840, formerly Pension Alciatore, 1930, proprietor). Board commissioner New Orleans Public Belt R.R.


  • Famous restaurants, France, 1923-1930.


Member Mardi Gras carnival orgns., also New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau Board curators Louisiana State Museum, 1937-1941. Served as warrant machinist United States Coast Guard. Member New Orleans Association Commerce (member of council), Louisiana Restaurant Association (president 1937), Wine and Food Society of London, Les Amis D’Escoffier Society, New Orleans Sous Commanderie de Bordeaux, Gourmet Society of New York, Holy Name Society, International Mission Radio Association, La Societe des Escargots Orleanais.

Clubs: Young Men’s Business, Southern Yacht, New Orleans Athletic, Bienville.


Married Mary Pearl Duggan, April.; married second, Mistress.

Jules Louis Alciatore

Marie Althea (Roy) Alciatore

Mary Pearl Duggan