Louisiana Attractions March 06, 2019
7 Small Town Steakhouses In Louisiana That Are Totally Worth The Trip
Gas up the car, because it’s time to treat yourself. From sirloins to ribeyes, we’ve got some of the best small town steakhouses that are serving up some mouthwateringly good sizzling steaks. These humble restaurants are totally worth the trip, and you might just fall in love after one bite. Let’s check it out.
1. L.T.’s Seafood & Steakhouse
L.T.’s originally opened as a humble drive-thru in 2003 and quickly became a beloved eatery for locals in the Broussard area. In 2010, they expanded as a sit-down restaurant with a full menu which includes mouthwateringly good seafood and steaks. 636 Albertson Pkwy., Broussard, Louisiana 70518.
2. Main Street Restaurant
Tucked away in the charming town of Gilliam, Main Street Restaurant is one of those hidden gems that will make you fall in love at first bite. The casual restaurant has some incredible burgers and seafood, but the real treat is their sizzling steaks. Their menu features everything from sirloins to ribeyes, each grilled to perfection. 12807 Main St., Gilliam, LA 71029.
There’s something for everyone over at Nash’s. From hearty seafood platters to Italian pastas, Nash’s does it all and does it all well. This charming locally owned and operated restaurant has some seriously delicious steaks that will turn you into a customer for life. 101 East Second St., Broussard, Louisiana 70518
4. Sno’s Seafood & Steak
This locally owned and operated restaurant has some of the best steaks and seafood around, and an atmosphere that’ll make you feel like one of the family from the moment you walk in. They opened their doors back in 1971, and generations of those in the greater Baton Rouge area have been making Sno’s a tradition. After just one bite, you’ll understand why. 13131 Airline Hwy., Gonzales, Louisiana 70737.
5. Stab’s Steak and Seafood
Just outside of Baton Rouge lies Stab’s Steak and Seafood, a delightful fine dining restaurant located in Central. While tempting, try not to fill up on their delicious appetizers like their cajun boudin spring rolls, because their steaks will blow your tastebuds away. 13438 Magnolia Square Circle Dr., Suite A, Central, Louisiana 70818.
6. Tunk’s Cypress Inn
Nestled on the shores of the beautiful Kincaid Lake, Tunk’s has been a local favorite since they opened their doors in 1978. Known for their waterfront views and incredible seafood menu, their steaks are not to be passed up. 9507 Hwy. 28, Boyce, Louisiana 71409.
Editor's note: Unfortunately, Vidrine’s has permanently closed.
Established in 2015, you know you can always count on Vidrine’s for a perfectly cooked steak in a charming atmosphere. Their burgers are also a fan favorite, so be sure to come back for lunch and sink your teeth into one of their delicious burgers. 114 Derek Plaza Dr., Carencro, Louisiana 70520.
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