Currently employing more than 13,000 people, the oil and gas industry has a long history in Lafayette, starting in 1901 when the state’s first oil well was discovered in nearby Jennings. In the 1950s, the first oil companies moved into offices between Heymann Boulevard and Pinhook Road, and the area was dubbed the Oil Center. Restaurants and social organizations like The Petroleum Club opened up to support the local businesses. Located near the University of Louisiana and Lafayette General Medical Center, the area remains a hot-spot for shopping and dining today. In unassuming shopping centers along Bendel Road, Pinhook Road, Coolidge Street, Heymann Boulevard and Harding Street, you’ll discover award-winning chefs, a gourmet kitchen store, quaint boutiques, high-end gift shops, and a locally owned specialty grocery store. While in the area, don’t miss Rodrigue Studios, where you can admire George Rodrigue’s iconic Blue Dog paintings.
Antoni's Italian Café
Three course menu for $20 when you mention EatLafayette. Dinner service only. Dine-in only.
Blue Dog Café
Free order of beignets with the purchase of an entrée when you mention EatLafayette.
Bread & Circus Provisions
Mention EatLafayette to receive:
Lunch (Tuesday - Friday 11am-2:30pm): $1 pizza by the slice ; Dinner (Wednesday - Saturday 6pm-10pm) Split of Tiamo Prosecco with purchase of main entree; Brunch (Saturday 11am-2:30pm) Complimentary order of The Original Bounut (boudin filled donut)
Four Course Menu for $25 when you mention EatLafayette.
Hub City Diner
$9.99 for a BBQ brisket sandwich topped with cole slaw with potato salad and lemon meringue pie when you mention EatLafayette.
Zeus Café (Pinhook)
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)