Since its humble beginnings, Cajun food consisted of simple, country-style dishes, unlike the fancy city food of New Orleans. That’s why all around Acadiana, you’ll find the most extraordinary food in seemingly ordinary places. In the quiet towns of Crowley and Sunset with fewer than 16,000 residents combined, you’ll experience some of the best food you’ve ever tasted. Lafayette’s unassuming western neighbor, Breaux Bridge, was recently named among Southern Living’s top small-town foodie destinations. Traveling along Highway 90/Evangeline Thruway, you’ll discover even more culinary delights. Incredible barbecue from a gas station? Absolutely. Louisiana fare inside an old garage with gators, deer, and peacocks out back? Only in Cajun Country.
Free Pecan Praline Bread Pudding with purchase of two entrees when you mention EatLafayette.
Fezzo's Seafood, Steakhouse & Oyster Bar (Crowley)
Red fish topped with creamy crawfish sauce served with a side salad and pistolette.
Lil' Daddy's Bar-B-Q
Mention EatLafayette for a BBQ Sandwich combo with 2 sides and a large drink for $8.99.
Little River Inn
Free order of Crabbies and Sweet Potato Beignets with purchase of two regular priced entrees when you mention EatLafayette.
Zeus Café (Breaux Bridge)
Mention EatLafayette for half-off hummus appetizer with purchase of two adult entrees. Thursday: 2 For 1 Wine at full service dine-in locations (Pinhook & Ambassador locations on)