Sharing the food, music, culture, and history at the heart of Cajun & Creole Country.

Pet Friendly Places in Lafayette

Hey there, all you convivial canines! As the official "dogger" (i.e., doggy blogger) for Lafayette Travel, I'm panting with excitement to tell you that not only is Lafayette the Happiest City in America for humans, it's pretty tail-wagging welcoming for us 4-legged visitors as well. There are…

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Falling for Fun in America's Happiest City

Come out, come out, wherever you are! Summer has ceased, and fall is fresh! With cooler temperatures and oh-so-many fun and exciting things to do, fall in Lafayette is prime time for festivals, food, music, cultural events, and outdoor activities. Join us, and we guarantee you will fall in love with…

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Creole Cuisine in Lafayette, LA

What is the difference between Cajun and Creole? It is a hotly contested topic, and I am no cultural expert. Still, when it comes to creole food, combining elements of African, European, and Caribbean cuisines, it's a unique fusion that tantalizes the taste buds with its bold spices, hearty…

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Late Night Bites in Lafayette, LA

Whether you're a night owl, a busy professional with unconventional working hours, or simply seeking a delicious meal after passing a good time, you can find a few places to cater to your appetite long after the sun goes down. Some of the mentioned establishments still close at 11 pm, which isn't…

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Sno-balls: Perfect Summer Treat

Try Googling "snow cones" and see what comes up. It pretty much lands you in Baltimore. The Maryland city claims to be one of the originators of the desert, dating back to the Industrial Revolution when ice was shipped by the truckloads to southern states. Louisiana claims home to the "sno-ball"…

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