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

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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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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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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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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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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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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