Since 1947, Judice Inn Has Been A Tradition For Many In Louisiana
Louisianians have many food traditions. Mondays are reserved for red beans and rice. On New Year’s Day, you can expect to feast on cabbage and black-eyed peas. On the first cold snap, you can bet every Louisianian is making their best roux for gumbo. There’s one restaurant in Lafayette that’s been a tradition for many for over 70 years, and that’s Judice Inn. Many families have passed through these iconic doors, introducing the next generation to some of the best burgers in Louisiana. Let’s take a closer look.
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