The food in Lafayette, Louisiana is one of a kind, with fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico and hot and spicy Cajun food from the French Acadiana culture. It’s a perfect recipe for great food. Here are 12 must-try foods and drinks to savor when you’re there, and where to try them!
What could be better than a Gulf Coast road trip along coastal Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida - fun in the sun, fresh seafood, white sand beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, and some of the most unique foods and flavors in the USA? This complete guide has what to see and do, where to stay, and unique seafoodie experiences you have to try!
No visit to south Louisiana would be complete without exploring some of America's most interesting and tragic history of the New Orleans plantations along the Great River Road. From the gracious plantation houses to the slavery that built them, it’s a fascinating tour and a difficult story, but an experience that no one should miss.
You simply can't go to New Orleans without enjoying the foods and dishes the city is famous for, and a New Orleans food tour of the French Quarter is the best way to do it. Take the Doctor Gumbo Food History Tour and eat your way through The Big Easy.
The foods, flavors, music, and people of southern Louisiana are so infused with French and Cajun culture, it’s such an exciting place to visit and a really good time. There are lots of unique things to do in Lafayette, Louisiana, but here are our Top 10 highlights to get you started!