Travel To Louisiana’s Avery Island And Spice Things Up With A Meal From Tabasco’s Restaurant 1868
Few things are more iconic than that little red pepper bottle. You’ll find it on just about every table in restaurants peppered throughout Louisiana (pun intended), and you most likely have a bottle or two in your cabinet right now. Tabasco is just one of the many products that Louisiana can claim as its own, and you can go visit Avery Island and learn about the making of this popular pepper sauce whenever you’d like! While you’re there, you should have a meal at Restaurant 1868 and really spice things up a bit.
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While you’re at Avery Island, be sure to check out Bird City and the Jungle Gardens, a massive 170-acre tropical oasis that’s a nature lover’s paradise.
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