Latin Food in Lafayette Oct 11

Latin Food in Lafayette

Lafayette is known for its vibrant cultural scene and rich culinary heritage. So it's no surprise we have a colorful array of Latin restaurants that cater to all taste buds. From authentic…

Creole Cuisine in Lafayette, LA Jul 12

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…

Late Night Bites in Lafayette, LA Jul 05

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…

Steaks in Lafayette, LA Jun 12

Steaks in Lafayette, LA

From classic steakhouses with a traditional atmosphere to modern establishments with innovative menus and cutting-edge cooking techniques, there is a place to suit every taste and occasion. Locals…

Poor Boy's Riverside Inn Jun 08

Poor Boy's Riverside Inn

Poor Boy's Riverside Inn is one of the longest-operating restaurants in Acadiana. The seafood restaurant has a rich history from where it started to what it is today. In the 1930s, Hulo…

Cajun Restaurants in Lafayette, LA Jun 05

Cajun Restaurants in Lafayette, LA

Here in Lafayette, we are known for our rich Cajun heritage and delicious cuisine, attracting visitors from all over the world to experience the unique flavors and culture of the region. There's…

Inspiration Journal

Lafayette's blog showcasing the food, music, culture and history at the heart of Cajun & Creole Country.

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Lafayette Weekly

Legendary Texas singer Dale Watson returns to Lafayette this weekend. The honky tonk hero will share the bill with fellow classic country devotees, The Bucks. Catch both groups at…

Getting to Lafayette

The city of Lafayette, LA is located in the center of Lafayette Parish at the intersection of I-10 and I-49 between New Orleans and Houston and only 35 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico.

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