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

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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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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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

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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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 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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