• Lafayette Weekly

    Lafayette Weekly

    Rhythms on the River returns this week and will feature local Cajun and Zydeco hitmaker Jamie Bergeron and his band, the Kickin' Cajuns. The free concert series takes place in the market square in River Ranch and will start at 5:30 pm on Thursday. This Friday night, Downtown Alive also comes back

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  • May Events Spotlight

    May Events Spotlight

    Concert Series | Wednesday - Friday Springtime in Lafayette is music to everyone's ears with free concert series held Wednesday through Friday. Kick off your weekend starting Wednesday in Pelican Park with the Mercredi Concert Series. On Thursday, the good times keep rolling with Rhythms on the

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  • Summertime and Visiting is Easy

    Summertime and Visiting is Easy

    Summer. It's more than a season; it's an attitude of vacation embedded in our psyches from childhood schooldays. It's in our muscle memories of halcyon times of play, long lazy days, tall glasses of lemonade and sweet tea sipped under a ceiling fan on a shady porch, or maybe a frosty cocktail or two

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  • BBQ in Lafayette

    BBQ in Lafayette

    What goes better with beautiful weather, festivals, and live music? BBQ. There is no shortage of choices in Lafayette and the surrounding areas when it comes to BBQ. From traditional to special Sunday plate lunches, there's a smoked meat restaurant for everyone's palate. Is it sauce you love?

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  • Woman Owned Restaurants

    Woman Owned Restaurants

    March is Women's History Month, and to celebrate, we're showing support to local, female-owned businesses. These eateries are diverse in the types of food offered; some are new to the scene, some are established classics. Either way, these restaurants, and the boss babes who run them are paving the

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  • UL Lafayette Sports Schedules

    UL Lafayette Sports Schedules

    Louisiana’s Cajun Country has a distinct personality, known for food, family, and revelry, and it’s no different when it comes to football. Voted best collegiate team nickname by ESPN, The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns embody family fun. Check out the upcoming 2022 sports schedule for the Ragin Cajuns.

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  • Spring Has Sprung in Lafayette

    Spring Has Sprung in Lafayette

    In Lafayette, Spring parades in like a Mardi Gras and 2-steps out like a Zydeco Queen. Gardens are bursting with azaleas in every shade of pink, peach, red, and lavender, while magnolia trees present their showy white blossoms. Spanish moss-draped cypress and tupelo trees in swamps and lakes proudly

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  • Coolest Cocktails in Lafayette

    Coolest Cocktails in Lafayette

    Libations. Spirits. Cocktails. Drinks. Aperitif. Whatever you call it, liquid concoctions of booze, fruit, herbs, and other flavors can elevate any outing. Bartenders and mixologists are becoming more playful and adventurous on their bar menus. There's something for everyone, from old-school

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  • Living It Up Before Giving It Up - Cajun & Creole Carnival

    Living It Up Before Giving It Up - Cajun & Creole Carnival

    South Louisiana is home to the greatest free party on earth, a colorful celebration known as Mardi Gras. But what most people see on television the weekend before Lent starts much earlier. The entire Carnival season runs several winter weeks in Lafayette and throughout the Acadiana region and

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  • It's Crawfish Season, Y'all!

    It's Crawfish Season, Y'all!

    Crawfish, also known as crayfish, crawdads or mudbugs to some visitors, are freshwater crustaceans found in the swamps and marshes of south Louisiana. Crawfish have become as much a staple of Cajun & Creole culinary culture as the accordion or fiddle is to our music. The crawfish season differs from

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  • Gluten Free: Sweet & Savory

    Gluten Free: Sweet & Savory

    Enjoying a town as food-focused as Lafayette can be frustrating for those with dietary restrictions. Many years ago, if you couldn't have gluten and gumbo was on the menu, you were simply out of luck. However, since so many delicacies are rice-based, you can chow to your heart's desire on red beans

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  • New Restaurants Open in Lafayette

    New Restaurants Open in Lafayette

    Despite the challenges small businesses faced in 2020 and now into 2021, the area saw many new restaurants open. Several started as food trucks or pop-up concepts and expanded into a permanent brick and mortar. Check out these new restaurants in and around Lafayette Parish! Don't see your new

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  • Papa Noël

    Papa Noël

    You can go ahead and tell the kids that Santa Claus is real. According to the History channel, St. Nicholas was an actual person—a Turkish monk in the year 280 AD, known as the patron saint of children. Over the millennia, various cultures and countries have created their versions of the man in red.

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  • Acadiana Center for the Arts 2022 Music Series

    Acadiana Center for the Arts 2022 Music Series

    The Acadiana Center for the Arts, the local arts center located in Downtown Lafayette that serves the eight-parish Acadiana region, has released their 2022 music series line-up. The season, consisting of two separate performance series, kicks off January 2022, and goes through December 2022 with

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  • Gulf Seafood in Lafayette

    Gulf Seafood in Lafayette

    With its close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, Lafayette is a parish where many restaurants serve up some of the finest Gulf seafood delicacies. Each place has a dish they excel in, from great fried catfish and spicy boiled crawfish to gumbo. There are hole-in-the-wall drive-thrus to high-end,

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  • Acadiana Antique Shops

    Acadiana Antique Shops

    Lafayette is a town of culture, food, music, festivals and history. There is plenty to do no matter the time of year, but with the weather heating up, shopping is a nice, cool, option. Here in Lafayette there are plenty of places to shop, but if you prefer a bit of a treasure hunt be sure to check

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  • Lafayette Chef Spotlight

    Lafayette Chef Spotlight

    Lafayette is a hot spot for up-and-coming chefs and seasoned culinary professionals alike. With such a rich landscape for food lovers to thrive, the area is home to a plethora of various kitchen connoisseurs. Some have gone through professional training and schooling. Some have cut their teeth at

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  • Lafayette's Unique Seasons

    Lafayette's Unique Seasons

    Immerse yourself in the untouched purity of a cypress and tupelo swamp. Sway your hips to the upbeat tempo of accordions and washboards, or let the seductive flavors of Cajun and Creole cooking dance on your palate. Join in on a colorful Mardi Gras celebration and experience the largest non-ticketed

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  • Top 10 Scariest Places in Acadiana

    Top 10 Scariest Places in Acadiana

    Who haunts the houses and buildings of Acadiana, a region rich in culture and history? Those who refuse to leave hang in shadows, tease us with weird happenings, and some even show themselves in the dark of night. Here are a few scary places to visit in Lafayette, but only if you’re brave enough to

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  • Downtown Drinking and Dining Guide

    Downtown Drinking and Dining Guide

    It’s no secret that the food and bar scene of Downtown has exploded into an exciting array of tastes and flavors, which makes it the perfect foundation to build your own tour. Make it all restaurants, all bars, or a mixture of both – however you choose to spend your day or night Downtown, it’ll be

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  • A Guide To Lafayette's Pizza Joints

    A Guide To Lafayette's Pizza Joints

    Pizza has a long history and even more varieties adapted over the years and in different regions. According to History.com, flatbreads with toppings were consumed by the ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks. The latter ate a version with herbs and oil, similar to today’s focaccia. But the modern

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  • A Guide To Lafayette's Burger Joints

    A Guide To Lafayette's Burger Joints

    Nothing seems more American than a good burger. A dish that has stood the test of time and can be reinvented in various ways, it's no wonder burgers are still a favorite among foodies. Lafayette has a variety of burger joints, from classic drive-thrus and historic restaurants to vegetarian and vegan

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  • The Hidden Street Taco Joints of Lafayette

    The Hidden Street Taco Joints of Lafayette

    Why reserve tacos just for Tuesdays? Lafayette has a hidden street taco scene, and all you have to do is look just beyond the horizon. Staring at us in plain sight are a mix of authentic, affordable, and delicious tacos from families with origins in Mexico, Honduras, Venezuela, and El Salvador.

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  • Olde Tyme Grocery

    Olde Tyme Grocery

    Glenn Murphree grew up in New Orleans, so he understood poorboys, a sandwich born in the Crescent City. When a small corner grocery store dating back to the mid-1900s came up for sale in Lafayette, Murphree bought the property and began serving poorboys to Acadiana residents. Over the years, Olde

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  • Spoonbill Watering Hole & Restaurant

    Spoonbill Watering Hole & Restaurant

    The path to establishing Spoonbill Watering Hole & Restaurant is a curvy country road. It originates in the days of the Olympic Grove pizza truck when Stephen Verret and Jeremy Conner brought games, chill vibes, and tasty pizza pies all over town. Stephen, while having little experience in

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  • BJ's Pizza & Deli

    BJ's Pizza & Deli

    BJ’s Pizza, a Lafayette institution, opened in 1981. The name is based on card games, blackjack specifically. There are several items on the menu that have poker-inspired names, the Full House Pizza, Royal Flush, two of a kind, and the gambler poboy. It started as a franchise, and the owners

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  • Super Taters...And More!

    Super Taters...And More!

    Hot style deli sandwiches, toasted wraps, salads, and a daily soup selection are all available at family-friendly Super Taters in Scott. All in all, there are over 100+ unique baked potato offerings ranging from classic combinations served with a twist to Cajun hometown favorites. No matter which

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  • Lafayette Murals

    Lafayette Murals

    Thank goodness for public art. It revitalizes, beautifies and shares the unique stories and heritage of communities. And they withstand the test of time or at least a few decades. The Hub City has done its part to contribute to a movement to restore, enrich and honor its corner of the American South

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  • Acadiana’s Coolest Pools and Splash Pads

    Acadiana’s Coolest Pools and Splash Pads

    Louisiana’s prime location in the South means the weather can be hot and humid, but plenty of places around town provide a refreshing splash of fun. And even though Lafayette’s balmy winters, families can dive right into swimming pools and splash pads open year-round. Toddlers to tweens can’t

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  • Four Amazing Golf Courses In Acadiana

    Four Amazing Golf Courses In Acadiana

    Lafayette, Louisiana, aka The Hub City, is a charming town along the Vermilion River in the southwestern area of the state. While locals may focus a lot of their attention on the Ragin’ Cajuns of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, there’s another sport in town that’s worth paying attention to

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  • Movies Filmed Around Acadiana

    Movies Filmed Around Acadiana

    In the last 15 years, Louisiana has acquired the nickname "Hollywood South" thanks to early 2000s legislation that created tax incentives that attracted film companies to the Pelican State. The Louisiana film industry continues to boom bringing film crews to locations throughout the state to shoot a

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  • Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Lafayette

    Vegan-Friendly Restaurants in Lafayette

    Research shows that eating more plant-based dishes and shying away from animal protein can be better for health and longevity. Whether you’re just trying to eat healthier or you’re committed to living a vegan lifestyle, there are a fresh crop of pop-ups and established brick and mortar locations

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  • Breakfast in Lafayette

    Breakfast in Lafayette

    If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, then there are many important factors to consider, especially when you’re in South Louisiana. Biscuits? What about a pastry? Do I want classic eggs bennie or greasy spoon fries? Of course, there are a few famous dishes you can only get in this area

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  • Ingrained - The History of Rice in Louisiana

    Ingrained - The History of Rice in Louisiana

    Some time in 1960s, businessmen with the Japanese electronics company Hitachi flew to southwest Louisiana, specifically, we are told, to Ville Platte. Of interest to them were the curiously high sales marks of their rice-cookers across a region otherwise alien to their products. At the time,

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  • The Hitachi Rice Cooker in Acadiana

    The Hitachi Rice Cooker in Acadiana

    The Cajuns' Love of Rice Some time in the 1960s, businessmen with the Japanese electronics company Hitachi flew to southwest Louisiana, specifically, we are told, to Ville Platte. Of interest to them were the curiously high sales marks of their rice-cookers across a region otherwise alien to their

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  • GRAMMYs in Acadiana: Music Goldmine

    GRAMMYs in Acadiana: Music Goldmine

    GRAMMY award-winning and nominated musicians from Acadiana Music has been the soul of Acadiana since the area's humble beginnings, with a melting pot of Cajuns, Creoles, European and Native American cultures inspiring fresh new sounds. South Louisiana has fostered folk music, country, rock, and

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  • Lafayette's Work Spaces On The Go

    Lafayette's Work Spaces On The Go

    Sometimes a change of scenery is exactly what you need to get your creative juices flowing. Lafayette is filled with many different workspace options for you. We have compiled a list of some places you can keep in mind for the next time you are working remotely! Coffee Shops There is no better way

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  • 12 Things You’ll Only Find in Lafayette

    12 Things You’ll Only Find in Lafayette

    For travelers looking to immerse themselves in a true cultural experience, put Lafayette on your bucket list. Louisiana’s Cajun Country is one of the most unique places you’ll find in the United States. Among fields of rice and sugarcane, bayous and cypress swamps, you’ll discover authentic music,

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  • Lafayette's Best Coffee Shops

    Lafayette's Best Coffee Shops

    While traveling, most people wish to immerse themselves completely in the local culture, cuisine and history – no matter the destination. Certain destinations are better for this than others, and Lafayette, Louisiana is one of them. In Lafayette, you will find yourself lucky enough to be able to

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  • Outdoor Dining

    Outdoor Dining

    As Louisiana moves through its phased reopening of businesses, please check with restaurants, stores, and attractions for information on openings, capacity, and available amenities before making plans. One of the best perks of living in the South is the abundance of dining options no matter where

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  • Six Picks for a Romantic Getaway in Cajun Country

    Six Picks for a Romantic Getaway in Cajun Country

    With enchanting bayous, magnificent oaks, a rich history, and warm hospitality, Cajun Country is the ultimate honeymoon destination for couples looking for a unique experience. Step back in time at Maison Mouton Bed & Breakfast, an 1820s Acadian raised cottage once owned by Louisiana Governor

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  • Best Places For Romance in Lafayette

    Best Places For Romance in Lafayette

    From fairytale gardens and majestic oak trees draped with moss to Cajun cuisine fit for a king, South Louisiana is a dreamy destination for couples. Whether you’re visiting for Valentine’s Day, planning an anniversary weekend, or just desiring a couple’s getaway, you’ll find plenty of ways to

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  • King Cakes

    King Cakes

    Most people think of Mardi Gras as our season of merriment before Lent. Still, many of our traditions, such as the sweet and decorative king cake, actually begin with Christmas. King cakes date back to 12th century France when a cake was baked on the eve of Jan. 6 with a small token hidden inside.

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  • Affordable Eats: 10 Dishes for $10 and Under

    Affordable Eats: 10 Dishes for $10 and Under

    Lafayette is a foodie town without pretension. Even James Beard recognized chefs serve up incredible dishes at reasonable prices. There are plenty of opportunities to taste your way through the world-famous culinary specialties of Cajun Country without breaking the budget. Dwight's Image courtesy

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  • Instagram-Worthy Spots in Lafayette

    Instagram-Worthy Spots in Lafayette

    These days capturing the perfect photo for your Instagram feed is almost a necessity. Whether you're from Lafayette or just visiting, many places in the area serve as the perfect backdrop! We have gathered some "hidden" and not-so-hidden spots that will surely take your Insta-game to the next level!

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  • Brunch in Lafayette

    Brunch in Lafayette

    As Louisiana moves through its phased reopening of businesses, please check with restaurants, stores, and attractions for information on openings, capacity, and available amenities before making plans. We in Louisiana are natural-born brunchers. We essentially invented its modern form. Lafayette

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  • A Foodie's Guide to Lafayette, Louisiana

    A Foodie's Guide to Lafayette, Louisiana

    Lafayette is a buzzing city perched on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana's Cajun and Creole cultural hub boasts a lively and vibrant ambiance. In recent years, foodies and culinary travelers will have picked up on the buzz around Lafayette. New Orleans has long been lauded for its food

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  • Lafayette's Historic Restaurants

    Lafayette's Historic Restaurants

    In the late 1700s, South Louisiana was a melting pot of cultures where families, friends, travelers, and neighbors gathered around the table at mealtime. Cajun culture today still revolves around food, family, and joie de vivre—a joy of life. Many of the area’s most popular restaurants have been

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  • Home Grown: Farmers Markets in Acadiana

    Home Grown: Farmers Markets in Acadiana

    As the sun begins its early rise one Saturday morning, I find myself at Moncus Park under a smattering of still-thriving oak trees. Flickering string lights lining the oaks work to illuminate the main entryway of the park before daylight fully shines on the gravel-and-dirt staging area. "Hey! Have

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  • Acadiana's Local Breweries

    Acadiana's Local Breweries

    Man, it’s hot. Of course it’s hot. It’s summer in Louisiana. And that means time for iced cold beer. Acadiana is carving a name for itself in the craft brewing business. See below for two incredible local breweries you can stop by and visit, pick up a sample or two in your local grocer, or check out

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  • Best Drive-Thru Daiquiris in Lafayette

    Best Drive-Thru Daiquiris in Lafayette

    Louisiana has some pretty unique laws pertaining to its food industry. Heck, there's even a specific charge against crawfish theft. It especially has unusual regulations on the sale of adult beverages. Where other states require alcohol to be sold in separate brick-and-mortar locations outside of a

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  • Po'boys: The Southern Sandwich Staple

    Po'boys: The Southern Sandwich Staple

    Throughout the U.S., you'll find a sandwich tied to just about every region of the country. The North claims the Reuben, lobster roll, Philly cheesesteak and pastrami on rye. Here in Louisiana, the po'boy reigns as a Southern sandwich staple with nearly hundreds of regional restaurants, diners and

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  • Hot Commodity: 10 Fun Facts About TABASCO

    Hot Commodity: 10 Fun Facts About TABASCO

    The world-famous hot sauce comes with an incredible story. Pay a visit to Avery Island to walk through 150 years of company history, take a chef-led cooking class, and explore the beautiful grounds of Jungle Gardens. Here are 10 things you might not know about the world’s favorite hot sauce: Image

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  • Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Lori & Richard Hurst from Riverside Inn

    Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Lori & Richard Hurst from Riverside Inn

    We sat down with Lori & Richard Hurst with Riverside Inn to find out where they like to eat when not cooking up delicious seafood and steaks. Watch the video below or check out the abbreviated answers below for a quick read. Favorite place to eat breakfast? Hub City Diner – Stack of pancakes or

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  • Memory Lane: Lafayette’s Historic Landmarks

    Memory Lane: Lafayette’s Historic Landmarks

    Lafayette Parish is home to 37 sites on the National Register of Historic Places Acadiana has a long and profound history. The area was founded in 1755 from French-Canadian exiles seeking religious and cultural freedom. At the time, South Louisiana was Spanish Territory. The Spanish Trail ran right

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  • Girlfriend's Getaway

    Girlfriend's Getaway

    We all know the importance of the family vacations and romantic getaways with your partner, but sometimes you just need a quick trip with the girls to reset and relax. Get away from the grind of work, parenting duties, to-do lists, and most importantly boys. We’ve compiled our suggestions for a

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  • Downtown in a Day

    Downtown in a Day

    Downtown Lafayette is the heart of the city and walking through its lively streets you’ll feel the pulse of Acadiana’s culture, history, and joie de vivre. Downtown Lafayette was once a town called Vermilionville, established on the fertile banks of the Vermilion River before the American

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  • B&Bs in Acadiana

    B&Bs in Acadiana

    An alternative to hotel and motels, B&Bs offer accommodations ranging from romantic getaways and quaint country living to historic steps back in time and chances to experience a little more of the local culture. Some even come with a ghost story or two. Here in Acadiana, you can find all of the

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  • The Last Popeye's Buffet in the World

    The Last Popeye's Buffet in the World

    As Louisiana moves through its phased reopening of businesses, please check with restaurants, stores, and attractions for information on openings, capacity, and available amenities before making plans. There is nothing outside to tell you that you are at a landmark. No sign that says “This is the

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  • Hot Spots for Foodie Families

    Hot Spots for Foodie Families

    Lafayette is a foodie town, dishing out authentic cuisine with plenty of flavor and without pretension. Cajun cuisine was created by French Acadian immigrants in the 1700s who relied on shrimp, crawfish, sausage, rice and a “holy trinity” of green bell pepper, onion and celery. Today locals honor

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  • Best Desserts in Lafayette

    Best Desserts in Lafayette

    As Louisiana moves through its phased reopening of businesses, please check with restaurants, stores, and attractions for information on openings, capacity, and available amenities before making plans. Cajun Country is world-famous when it comes to food. While we’re known for savory specialties like

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  • 7 Great Happy Hours You Should Know About

    7 Great Happy Hours You Should Know About

    Everyone knows about the regular happy hour specials. Things like 2-for-1 margaritas, cheap beers, and a random assortment of snacks to munch on, but here in Lafayette, we offer more than just the norm. No matter what day you're looking to steal a deal, you can find a happy hour special that'll

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  • Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Jeremy Conner with Spoonbill

    Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Jeremy Conner with Spoonbill

    We sat down with Jeremy Conner with Spoonbill Watering Hole & Restaurant to find out where he likes to eat when he’s not serving up delicious burritos, seafood, and hamburgers at Spoonbill. Watch the video below or check out the abbreviated answers below for a quick read. Favorite place to eat

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  • Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Kesley Leger with Scratch Farm Kitchen

    Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Kesley Leger with Scratch Farm Kitchen

    We sat down with Kelsey Leger from Scratch Farm Kitchen to find out where she likes to eat when she's not serving up delicious farm to table goodness at Scratch Downtown. Watch the video below or check out the abbreviated answers below for a quick read. Favorite place to eat breakfast? El Ranchito

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  • Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Holly Goetting with Charley G's

    Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Holly Goetting with Charley G's

    We sat down with Holly Goetting from Charley G's to find out where she likes to eat when she's not serving up delicious seafood and steaks for dinner. Watch the video below or check out the abbreviated answers below for a quick read. Favorite place to eat breakfast? Johnson’s Boucaniere – Nenaine

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  • Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Hollie Girouard with Ton's Drive-In

    Where Lafayette's Chefs Eat: Hollie Girouard with Ton's Drive-In

    We sat down with Hollie Girouard from Ton's Drive-In in Broussard to find out where she likes to eat when she's not cooking up delicious breakfast and plate lunches. Watch the video below or check out the abbreviated answers below for a quick read. Favorite place to eat breakfast? The French Press

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  • Lafayette's Global Cuisine

    Lafayette's Global Cuisine

    Acadiana has been a melting pot of cultures since its early beginnings. French-Canadians immigrated

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  • 25 Reasons Why Lafayette is the Happiest City

    25 Reasons Why Lafayette is the Happiest City

    Lafayette has been named the Happiest City in the US by the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch. The people here have a pure joy of life. Visiting the heart of Acadiana, you'll feel the joie de vivre in the friendliness of the people, the warmth of the hospitality, the amazing comfort foods, and the

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  • Jungle Gardens on Avery Island

    Jungle Gardens on Avery Island

    Many tourists head straight to Avery Island for the world-famous TABASCO® plant and completely miss

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  • Virtual Tour of Lafayette

    Virtual Tour of Lafayette

    Swamp Tours The perfect way to view all the outdoor bounty Lafayette and the surrounding areas have is to take a swamp tour. Glide through cypress trees while keeping an eye out for various wildlife and alligators while learning about the swamps and bayous of Cajun Country from a local boat captain.

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  • Hub City Day Trips

    Hub City Day Trips

    Lafayette, LA is known as "The Hub City" because of its proximity to major roadways heading north, south, east and west that lead locals and visitors to explore smaller towns. Though Lafayette is the largest growing city in the region, a great portion of its rich culture here is driven by

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  • Color the Town

    Color the Town

    Just because we’re staying home doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. Plenty of local organizations are

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  • The Best Virtual Experiences in Lafayette

    The Best Virtual Experiences in Lafayette

    Just because we’re staying home doesn’t mean we can’t have fun. Plenty of local organizations are offering enriching programs you and your families can enjoy right from your computer or smartphone. Miss the food, music, and scenery of Cajun Country? There are plenty of exciting ways to bring the

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  • Getting Back to Nature in Lafayette

    Getting Back to Nature in Lafayette

    Southern hospitality is a draw for travelers. The charm of Lafayette is evident in its visual,

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  • Moncus Park: Sanctuary in the City

    Moncus Park: Sanctuary in the City

    Cities around the country have had to get creative when it comes to finding parkland in urban

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  • Spice Things Up At Avery Island

    Spice Things Up At Avery Island

    Driving south past low-lying sugarcane fields, you'll suddenly see something out of the ordinary in

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  • St. Martin Parish: The Original Cajun Country

    St. Martin Parish: The Original Cajun Country

    St. Martin Parish embodies the spirit of Acadiana with great food, lively dance halls, local shops,

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  • Let the Good Times Roll at Rock'n'Bowl

    Let the Good Times Roll at Rock'n'Bowl

    There's no place quite like Rock'n'Bowl, and that's exactly what visitors and locals love about it.

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  • Lafayette's Best Neighborhood Bars

    Lafayette's Best Neighborhood Bars

    It's the place you swing by after a long day work, to watch the game or just to yuck it up with some familiar faces. It was the backdrop of a long-running TV series where "Everybody knows your name". Yes, I'm talking about the neighbor bar. South Louisiana has a long list watering holes that cater

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  • French Culture Takes Center Stage at International Festival

    French Culture Takes Center Stage at International Festival

    UPDATE: The 2020 Festival International de Louisiana has been postponed due to the Coronavirus.

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  • A. Hays Town

    A. Hays Town

    A. Hays Town Leaves His Mark on Lafayette Regarded as the South’s premier architect, Acadiana native A. Hays Town is known for his distinctive style and timeless designs. His architecture has become as integral to the local culture as Cajun food and Zydeco music. Image courtesy of Country Roads

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  • Cajun Country's Local Makers

    Cajun Country's Local Makers

    Cajun Country is home to one of the most authentic cultures in the country. After visiting, you don’t just have to tell your friends and family about it, you can let them experience it for themselves, thanks to artful, unique and tasty local souvenirs you can order online and ship right to their

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  • Attractions In Lafayette, Louisiana That Makes Your Visit Worth While

    Attractions In Lafayette, Louisiana That Makes Your Visit Worth While

    Whether it be golf, food, dog fun, festivals or soaking in the culture, Lafayette has everything to

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  • Azteca's

    Azteca's

    When you're in the city and craving Mexican, there's no shortage of options around Lafayette. But,

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  • Luxurious Lafayette

    Luxurious Lafayette

    Your Guide to High-End Shopping & Dining in Acadiana Thanks to its lucrative oil and gas industry,

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  • Pet Friendly Places in Lafayette

    Pet Friendly Places in Lafayette

    There's no need to leave your furry friend at home on your next vacation. Not only is Cajun Country one of the friendliest areas in the U.S., we're also very dog-friendly! Lafayette has a number of fabulous outdoor restaurants where pups are welcome, along with wonderful green spaces, dog-friendly

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  • Joey's

    Joey's

    Lafayette natives will tell you, Joey's has been serving Acadiana residents forever. Since 1981

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  • Black Cafe

    Black Cafe

    Anchoring the Uptown Lofts, Black Café serves excellent coffee and a blessed variety of savory and sweet indulgences. The brainchild of Tre Ware, it is a peaceful haven in the downtown area. With huge windows and comfortable seating aside, guests are treated to considerate service as drink and food

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  • Dax on Verot

    Dax on Verot

    If family-run restaurants featuring a menu with well-seasoned burgers and boiled seafood are your

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  • Rêve Coffee Roasters

    Rêve Coffee Roasters

    There’s a handsome sign arching over Jefferson Street welcoming those passing under it to Downtown Lafayette, and to the right just after entering that gateway is the home of one of Lafayette’s up and coming brands. Rêve Coffee Roasters is there on the corner of Jefferson and Cypress, and offers

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  • Johnson's Boucaniere

    Johnson's Boucaniere

    In the heart of downtown Lafayette, operating Tuesday through Saturday each week, is possibly one of the most important restaurants in Louisiana. Since 2008, Johnson’s Boucaniére has been serving up smoked meats, boudin, and BBQ to Lafayette patrons, but the tradition of their food goes back to the

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  • Pizza Artista

    Pizza Artista

    Scott McClaskey and Kirk Miller know pizza. They worked as regional vice presidents for Domino’s Pizza, sharing 60 years between them in the pizza business. When they considered opening a pizza restaurant in Lafayette, McClaskey and Miller searched for something new and unique. They visited numerous

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  • Judice Inn

    Judice Inn

    When Judice Inn opened in 1947, brothers Marc and Alcide Judice advertised that their hamburger restaurant was located only a mile and a half outside the Lafayette city limits. Today, surrounded by an urban landscape and located on the busiest street in town, it’s hard to imagine Judice Inn in the

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  • Hub City Diner

    Hub City Diner

    Hub City Diner is aptly named, an all-American diner that attracts locals and visitors alike in the center of town. On any given day, you’ll find regulars walking through the doors being greeted by restaurant staff, even owner Jimmy Guidry. The restaurant began as Stansbury’s Café back in 1965 in

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  • Antoni's Italian Cafe

    Antoni's Italian Cafe

    Holly Cure is living the America Dream. For years she waitressed and tended bar at Antoni’s in Lafayette’s Oil Center, joking to owners Bruce and Lynda Cart that she would someday buy the establishment. When the Carts decided to retire, Cure and her husband, Eli, did just that — they bought the

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  • Rachael's Cafe

    Rachael's Cafe

    Many people don’t imagine healthy when they think of Cajun and Creole cuisine. Rachael’s Café hopes to change all that. The small, family-owned café serves up a great selection of Cajun dishes, many of which feature South Louisiana’s abundant and delicious seafood. There are salads, sandwiches,

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  • Pete's Family Sports Restaurant

    Pete's Family Sports Restaurant

    Sports bars tend to be typically typical; offering their guests little more than a gathering place with televisions and an unspoken understanding that good service is defined by speed, accuracy, and as little interruption of the viewing of televised sporting events as possible. Menu items bear puns

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  • Burgersmith

    Burgersmith

    In the olden days when you wanted something hand crafted you went straight to the source. Burgersmith, a play on the word blacksmith, takes the concept of hand crafted and applies it to the concept of a burger. But this isn’t your run of the mill burger joint. Owner Russ Umbricht went through more

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  • Blanchard's BBQ

    Blanchard's BBQ

    Sometimes, we have to leave home to find our truest calling, even when it’s an echo of growing up.

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  • 6 Things Pet-Parents Must Do in Lafayette

    6 Things Pet-Parents Must Do in Lafayette

    People living in Lafayette know how to work hard, but also play pretty hard! This city hosts a full calendar of festivals each year and the people here are some of the friendliest you’ll ever meet. In Lafayette we are well known for being the happiest city in America, but what about the dog scene?

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  • Handicap-Friendly Attractions in Lafayette

    Handicap-Friendly Attractions in Lafayette

    Lafayette, Louisiana is famous for its amazing food and rich Cajun culture, making it a truly

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  • Cajun & Creole Instruments: Triangle

    Cajun & Creole Instruments: Triangle

    The triangle is a simple, percussive, rhythm instrument central to Cajun music. Consisting of two

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  • Cajun & Creole Instruments: Frottoir

    Cajun & Creole Instruments: Frottoir

    The frottoir — sometimes spelled froittoir — is a percussive, rhythmic instrument omnipresent in

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  • Cajun & Creole Instruments: Fiddle

    Cajun & Creole Instruments: Fiddle

    A bowed string instrument, the fiddle is central to the sound, culture, and history of Cajun music.

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  • Cajun & Creole Instruments: Accordion

    Cajun & Creole Instruments: Accordion

    A relatively recent invention, the bellows-driven, vibrating reed squeezebox known as the accordion

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  • St. Martin Parish: Where Cajun Culture Began

    St. Martin Parish: Where Cajun Culture Began

    It's where "Cajun culture began." St. Martin Parish was the earliest arrival destination for exiled Acadian families from France and Nova Scotia in the 1700s. It also cradles the story of African-American slavery to freedom in the rural South. These journeys are the tapestry of South Louisiana's

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  • Fun Down to a Science

    Fun Down to a Science

    Located in the heart of downtown, the Lafayette Science Museum is a playful portal into a universe

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  • Artist Spotlight: Herb Roe

    Artist Spotlight: Herb Roe

    Herb Roe is a generous person both on the canvas and in real life. He happily dedicated over an hour to visit with me during his studio time, and piled my arms with printed products of his work throughout the country. His work is saturated with color, and his process involves multiple layers of

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  • In Full Boom

    In Full Boom

    While much of the country is still covered in snow and frost, spring bursts forth in Lafayette with millions of azalea blossoms in spectacular shades of pinks, purples, corals, and white. Azaleas were brought to the Gulf Coast over two centuries ago from East Asia. In Chinese culture, azaleas are

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  • Mardi Gras Royalty

    Mardi Gras Royalty

    Our Carnival season, which stretches from the Twelfth Night of Christmas or Jan. 6 to Mardi Gras

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  • Dance For A Chicken Cajun Country Mardi Gras

    Dance For A Chicken Cajun Country Mardi Gras

    Most people recognize Mardi Gras as parades, masked balls and other urban events but in Cajun

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  • Mardi Gras Treasures

    Mardi Gras Treasures

    Carnival is the season of merriment leading up to Mardi Gras, which is the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. During Carnival, south Louisiana celebrates with parades and other special events. Krewes are the organizations that sponsor the parades, which are sometimes preceded by

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  • Lafayette Mardi Gras: Revelry For All Ages

    Lafayette Mardi Gras: Revelry For All Ages

    No one knows how to a throw a party quite like South Louisiana, especially during Carnival season.

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  • Mardi Gras Frequently Asked Questions

    Mardi Gras Frequently Asked Questions

    South Louisiana is home to the greatest free party on earth, a colorful celebration known as Mardi

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  • Artist Spotlight: Susan David

    Artist Spotlight: Susan David

    Lafayette native Susan David is one of those artists whose work you’ve seen more often than you

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  • 30 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Acadiana

    30 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Acadiana

    Fun Indoor Activities in Lafayette, Louisiana and the Surrounding Area Louisiana is home to beautiful swamps and wetlands, so it’s only natural we need a lot of rain. Our mild climate allows locals and visitors to enjoy outdoor activities year-round, but on rainy days, we take the fun inside. Cajuns

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  • Artist Spotlight: Chris Pavlik

    Artist Spotlight: Chris Pavlik

    I met Chris Pavlik at our July Designing Women of Acadiana meeting at The Hallway. Chris and studio

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  • 3 Sport Facilities in Lafayette, Louisiana for Your Next Tournament

    3 Sport Facilities in Lafayette, Louisiana for Your Next Tournament

    Lafayette is at the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun & Creole Country, an area known as the Happiest City

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  • Artist Spotlight: Grayson Carroll

    Artist Spotlight: Grayson Carroll

    Grayson Carroll is the favorite older brother that you never had. Seriously. He’s got a knack for

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  • 36 Hours in Lafayette-Family Edition

    36 Hours in Lafayette-Family Edition

    In the heart of Louisiana’s Cajun Country lies Lafayette, perfect for spending a fun-filled weekend and introducing children to one of the richest cultures in America. To fully appreciate Louisiana’s famous Cajun culture, you must first go back 260 years. In 1755, the British Crown exiled nearly

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  • Artist Spotlight: Romey Roe

    Artist Spotlight: Romey Roe

    Romey Roe, perhaps better known locally as Nathan Walker, is a designer on the cusp of international success. I first heard of Romey in the fall of 2017 when he made the local news because two of his designer dresses were worn by actresses, Shanna Forrestall and Liz Fenning, to the Emmy Awards. This

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  • Places to Exercise in Lafayette

    Places to Exercise in Lafayette

    Going on vacation often means leaving healthy routines in the rearview mirror, starting with grabbing that fast-food meal on the way out of town. And once you’ve arrived in Cajun Country, you’ll want to dig right into specialties like fried shrimp po’boys, boudin balls, and bread pudding. While

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  • Brasserie at the Renaissance Market

    Brasserie at the Renaissance Market

    Have you ever been shopping at a gorgeous boutique that was so entrancing you didn’t want to leave,

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  • The Wurst Biergarten

    The Wurst Biergarten

    Just about in the middle of Jefferson Street’s downtown arc there is a bar and restaurant that

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  • Artist Spotlight: Jezebel's Fascination

    Artist Spotlight: Jezebel's Fascination

    Easter Sunday last year, my cousin and her daughter showed up with magical, matching hair pieces.

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  • Bon Temps Grill

    Bon Temps Grill

    In 2013, two brothers, Stephen and Patrick O’Bryan felt there was something missing among

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  • The Tap Room

    The Tap Room

    Beer lovers will adore The Tap Room in River Ranch with its 40 beers on tap, many of which are

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  • Rusted Rooster

    Rusted Rooster

    Alex Andrade is no stranger to the restaurant world. Andrade’s mother, Denise Landry, owns Landry’s

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  • Social Southern Table & Bar

    Social Southern Table & Bar

    There are great restaurants in Lafayette and fabulous bars as well, but Social Southern Table & Bar

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  • iMonelli's

    iMonelli's

    Lafayette diners are not starved for restaurant options. There are plenty of options to choose from,

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  • Artist Spotlight: Denny Culbert

    Artist Spotlight: Denny Culbert

    Denny Culbert may not be a native, but he is a quintessential local. His photography career has

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  • Sandra's Cafe & Health Food Store

    Sandra's Cafe & Health Food Store

    Lafayette is a great place to be for someone who likes to eat. The decision of what to eat for any particular meal is met with seemingly endless options. But sometimes those options can lead to overindulgences, tempting us to take care of our appetites and our desire to try everything instead of taking care of our health. Some people believe that eating good food that tastes great should not necessarily be met with having to worry about nutrition, weight gain, and overall health concerns. Those...

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  • Siro's Bistro

    Siro's Bistro

    The first thing you’ll notice when you enter Siro’s Bistro is the incredible aromas — the baking of

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  • POUR

    POUR

    Sometimes a restaurant opens to immediate, runaway success. The timing was right. The niche was

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  • Twin's Burgers & Sweets

    Twin's Burgers & Sweets

    Twin brothers Billy and Denny Guilbeaux own and operate the two locations of Twins Burgers and

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  • Karma Collective

    Karma Collective

    The food consumed by people in our modern society is sometimes less than nutritious. We consume what

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  • Tsunami

    Tsunami

    At the beginning of this century, downtown Lafayette was anything but a thriving commercial market,

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  • The Cajun Table

    The Cajun Table

    Lauren Liner and Sean Suire are that couple in your neighborhood that are always having fun cooking

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  • Cafe Vermilionville

    Cafe Vermilionville

    If you want to experience a piece of south Louisiana history all the while dining on classic cuisine with a modern twist, look no further than Café Vermilionville. Before transforming into a restaurant the building that is now Café Vermilionville had many previous lives. It served as an inn,

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  • Blu Basil

    Blu Basil

    Dang Nguyen has one of those origin stories that makes you want to try his food. He's a Vietnamese

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  • Le Jardin du Traiteur (The Healer's Garden)

    Le Jardin du Traiteur (The Healer's Garden)

    The mission of Vermilionville's Living History and Folk Life Park is to give visitors a hands-on,

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  • Top 5 Places to Camp in Acadiana

    Top 5 Places to Camp in Acadiana

    Areas surrounding Lafayette offer camping options unlike any other. While the camping season can be somewhat limited by the heat and humidity of our summers, those willing to brave the elements are rewarded with the chance to experience unique ecosystems and wildlife and will likely have many areas

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  • Wing Fingers

    Wing Fingers

    UPDATE: Since this post was written Wing Fingers has moved locations to the Wurst Biergarten located at 537 Jefferson St., in Downtown Lafayette You may make the reasonable assumption that Wing Fingers, a restaurant, and bar serving, most notably, chicken wings, is just ordinary. You would be wrong. The eatery on Johnston Street near the UL campus is anything but ordinary. The restaurant started as a food truck when owners John Hackney and Taylor Cooper were hanging out building a fire pit. John...

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  • Cafe Habana City

    Cafe Habana City

    Living in Lafayette and the surrounding areas offers a thorough abundance of dining options. Many of

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  • Pamplona

    Pamplona

    Pamplona is a classic. It has been since it opened in December of 2007. Combining rustic decor, a beautiful downtown setting, delicious and interesting food, and a stellar wine and cocktail program, Pamplona has been at the forefront of dining experiences in Lafayette for years. General Manager Andrew Payne, who began his time at Pamplona behind the bar, heads a team, with Kris Allen helming the kitchen, that crafts an exquisite guest experience. Andrew describes the restaurant’s concept...

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  • Zuhause Bakery & Coffee

    Zuhause Bakery & Coffee

    Heading Southwest on Johnston Street, near the intersection of West Broussard, is a gem of a bakery

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  • Artist Spotlight: Allison Bohl & Peter DeHart

    Artist Spotlight: Allison Bohl & Peter DeHart

    Allison and Peter are accomplished artists each in their own right--as a musician, visual artist, designer, photographer, filmmaker--and they have achieved a work-life balance that nurtures their creativity and sustains them financially. If you’re a local, you’ve definitely seen their work, from the

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  • Broaddus Burger

    Broaddus Burger

    Acadianians are known for doing things their way. When it comes to preparing food, it’s unlikely you’ll find a local who’s concerned with how someone else does it. This is the premise behind Broaddus Burgers, the Lafayette restaurant located at 610 E Kaliste Saloom Rd. The owner, Shawn Broaddus, says when he decided to settle on a burger-centric restaurant, he knew he would be offering lots of options.  To be sure, there are many preset burgers to choose from, but the...

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  • Fun Educational Attractions for Kids

    Fun Educational Attractions for Kids

    The kids might be out of school, but that doesn’t mean summer vacation can’t be a great learning

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  • Artist Spotlight: Brett Chigoy

    Artist Spotlight: Brett Chigoy

    I don’t remember exactly when I met Brett, but I grew up in Lafayette, and I saw him around and knew

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  • Artist Spotlight: Kali Picard

    Artist Spotlight: Kali Picard

    Kali Picard showed up at a Designing Women of Acadiana meeting about a year ago, and has proved to be a dedicated supporter of the organization. You can’t resist her warm, nurturing personality, and this sensitivity is inherent in her paintings. I visited her booth at the recent Big Easel, and was

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  • Top 5 Places to Hike in Acadiana

    Top 5 Places to Hike in Acadiana

    Hiking is the perfect way for the entire family, at any skill level, to experience the outdoors without breaking the budget. It provides the opportunity to see places you’d never get to see otherwise, at a pace that allows you to really experience your surroundings. Before setting out, be aware that

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  • Family Friendly Guide to Lafayette Festivals

    Family Friendly Guide to Lafayette Festivals

    Here in Louisiana, we are known for our joie de vivre , a French expression meaning our exuberant

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  • Artist Spotlight: Karen DeClouet

    Artist Spotlight: Karen DeClouet

    I first met Karen DeClouet when we were in the throes of our awkward high school years and

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  • Artist Spotlight: JeLlyn Morvant

    Artist Spotlight: JeLlyn Morvant

    I have an avid love for turquoise and natural stone jewelry, so when I discovered @bayoubohemian on

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  • Best Playgrounds in Lafayette

    Best Playgrounds in Lafayette

    You’re on vacation to experience all the unique attractions and local culture, but let’s face

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  • Geocaching in Acadiana

    Geocaching in Acadiana

    I first heard about geocaching from a colleague a few years back. It was spring; she had two

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  • Ultimate Outdoor Adventures for Kids

    Ultimate Outdoor Adventures for Kids

    South Louisiana is a nature-lover’s paradise with its mild climate, hardwood swamps and wildlife

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  • Top 5 Places to Paddle in Acadiana

    Top 5 Places to Paddle in Acadiana

    South Louisiana’s waterways provide a gateway to outdoor adventure like no other. Exploration of this region in a kayak or canoe is an unforgettable wilderness experience and offers the perfect opportunity for wildlife spotting, birdwatching, and photography. Spend some time discovering the beauty

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  • Artist Spotlight: Annika Miller

    Artist Spotlight: Annika Miller

    Tiny, but mighty - Annika Miller is intense and passionate. She is serious about design and

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  • Lafayette Spiritual Tour

    Lafayette Spiritual Tour

    The origins of some South Louisiana’s deepest traditions may have been lost in time, or perhaps in the revelry. But rituals of faith still play a large role in how we celebrate, what we eat, and when we rest. January 6, Three Kings’ Day, marked the twelfth and final day of Christmas. According to

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  • Artist Spotlight: Cayla Zeek

    Artist Spotlight: Cayla Zeek

    In March 2016 I sought out Cayla Zeek after seeing her poster for a local pop-up market. I was planning my neighborhood's inaugural festival and we were in search of a local artist to create our festival poster. She was extremely easy to work with. Our festival committee gave her a list of local

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  • Remembering D.L. Menard

    Remembering D.L. Menard

    You can’t step foot in Cajun country without hearing it. “La Porte d’en Arrière” (The Back Door) is

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  • Artist Spotlight: Brian Royer

    Artist Spotlight: Brian Royer

    I received a call about Brian Royer's art from an old friend and mentor from my days in the hospitality industry. His instructions were for me to come to a small apartment on the second story of an older complex in town. From the call, I had no idea what to expect and frankly, nothing could have

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  • A First Timer’s Guide to Lafayette Parish

    A First Timer’s Guide to Lafayette Parish

    Are you short on time for your first visit to Cajun Country? Are you overwhelmed with all of the

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  • Things to Do on a Monday in Lafayette

    Things to Do on a Monday in Lafayette

    Oftentimes it can be difficult when visiting an area to find things to do on a Monday. It’s one of

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  • Artist Profile: Dirk Guidry

    Artist Profile: Dirk Guidry

    The Acadiana area is seeing a surge of artists and specialists take to the private and public venues

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  • Sno-balls: Perfect Summer Treat

    Sno-balls: Perfect Summer Treat

    Try Googling "snow cones" and see what comes up. It pretty much lands you in Baltimore. The Maryland

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  • 5 Epic Outdoor Experiences in Lafayette

    5 Epic Outdoor Experiences in Lafayette

    Lafayette, 135 miles west of New Orleans, is a bustling city nestled in French-speaking Louisiana. With its laid-back vibe and vibrant culture, it’s no surprise that it’s known as the ‘Happiest City in America’. Blessed with atmospheric natural beauty and diverse wildlife, there’s a variety of

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  • 30 Years of Festival International: A Retrospective by Philip Gould

    30 Years of Festival International: A Retrospective by Philip Gould

    Since the very first Festival International de Louisiane in 1986 photographer Philip Gould has

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  • Two-Step Your Way through Acadiana

    Two-Step Your Way through Acadiana

    Laissez les bon temps rouler and grab your dancin’ shoes! If you’ve been to any event in South Louisiana you know anytime there’s music there’s dancing. And trust us, there’s never any shortage of music! No matter the dance floor, be it your typical wooden floor, a concrete slab, or even a patch of

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  • Three Unique Food Experiences in Lafayette, Louisiana

    Three Unique Food Experiences in Lafayette, Louisiana

    Louisiana is one of the most unique states in the country. With such a strong multicultural and

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  • Lafayette Parish: Where Food and Culture Meet in Louisiana

    Lafayette Parish: Where Food and Culture Meet in Louisiana

    One thing’s for sure, in Lafayette Parish, food is plentiful, history is present and culture runs

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  • A Boucherie's Tool Kit

    A Boucherie's Tool Kit

    Not every bouchiers toolkit looks the same. Given the Acadians reputation for homespun innovation and ad hoc ingenuity, you can bet that no task in a boucherie lacked the appropriate tool. This is the same group of improvisers that invented the amphibious crawfish boat with a flat-bottomed crawler

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  • Hog Wild: Pork Served Cajun-Style

    Hog Wild: Pork Served Cajun-Style

    A Primer on Unpronounceable Cajun Foodstuffs By this point, even a cursory description of what goes

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  • Bringing the World to Lafayette: History of Festival International

    Bringing the World to Lafayette: History of Festival International

    The last week of April along the streets of downtown Lafayette and residents are decked out in hats,

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  • A Cake Fit For A King

    A Cake Fit For A King

    Most people think of Mardi Gras as our season of merriment before Lent, but many of our traditions

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  • History of Festivals Acadiens et Creoles

    History of Festivals Acadiens et Creoles

    Eighty years ago folklorists John and Alan Lomax visited South Louisiana to record Cajun and Creole

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