Louisiana January 02, 2018
The 10 Louisiana Restaurants You Must Try In 2018
There are certainly no shortage of delicious restaurants here in Louisiana. Start 2018 off right by dining at these eleven wonderfully delicious restaurants in Louisiana. Be sure to click the links to our previous articles for more information.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now:
Established in 1921, Antlers is the oldest bar in Lafayette. They’ve been providing great food and live music for many years, and they serve some of the best Cajun cuisine you’ll find in the area. Located at 555 Jefferson St, Lafayette, Louisiana 70501.
Learn more about Antlers in our previous article
2. Bon Temps Grill
Established in 2012, Bon Temps Grill is a lovely neighborhood bar and grill serving up some mouth watering Cajun and Creole dishes. Come bring your friends and family and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and amazing food over at Bon Temps Grill, located at 1312 Verot School Rd, Lafayette, LA 70508.
Learn more about Bon Temps Grill in our previous article
3. Elsie’s Plate & Pie
Elsie’s Plate & Pie is one of the newer restaurants in Baton Rouge, and we think they’re off to an amazing start. You’ll find some amazing home cooked Cajun favorites and delicious cocktails here, but the main attraction is of course, the pies. From sweet pies like Coconut Cream to savory pies like crawfish pies, you’ll love your experience over at Elsie’s. Located at 3145 Government St, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806.
Learn more about Elsie’s Plate & Pie in our previous article
4. Fertitta’s Delicatessen
Shreveport’s oldest family run restaurant has been a favorite among Shreveport locals since 1927. When you visit, you have to try their signature "muffy", a muffuletta with their unique twist. You can find them at 1124 Fairfield Ave, Shreveport, Louisiana 71101.
Learn more about Fertitta’s Delicatessen in our previous article
You’ll find Grayson’s about 15 minutes outside of Natchitoches, in Clarence, Louisiana. This family-run restaurant has been in business since 1959 and they’ve mastered the art of BBQ. People have been eating at Grayson’s for generations, and many will tell you its the best BBQ in Louisiana. Pay them a visit and see for yourself. They’re located at 5849 Hwy. 71, Clarence, LA 71414.
Learn more about Grayson’s in our previous article
A trip to New Orleans isn’t complete without a trip to Jacques-Imo’s. Their unique spin on Cajun and Creole cuisine is what keeps locals coming back year after year. There’s always a line at this delicious restaurant, and once you visit, you’ll understand why. Located at 8324 Oak St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118.
Learn more about Jacques-Imo’s in our previous article
7. Liz’s Where Y’at Diner
Tucked away in Old Mandeville right near the lakefront, Liz’s Where Y’at Diner has been feeding locals since 2009. The atmosphere is as welcoming as the staff, and with breakfast served all day, you’ll have a tough time deciding on what to pick from their menu. Find them at 2500 Florida St., Mandeville, LA 70448.
Learn more about Liz’s Where Y’at Diner in out previous article
8. The Londoner
This locally owned restaurant specializes in authentic British cuisine in a family-friendly atmosphere. They’ve also got a massive burger challenge for those daring enough to take it. The Big Ben Challenge is a 4lb burger with four slices of cheddar, four slices of swiss, bacon, mushrooms, grilled onions, jalapenos, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, four fried eggs, all on a massive muffuletta bun. If you can finish this beast of a burger in 60 minutes or less by yourself, it’s free! Find it at 4215 S Sherwood Forest Blvd, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70816.
Learn more about The Londoner in our previous article
Elegant, delectable.. and haunted? You could be dining with a ghost at this restaurant in the heart of Jackson Square. The history of the building is fascinating, and you can learn more about it in our previous article
Muriel’s is located at 801 Chartres St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116.
10. Tunk’s Cypress Inn
This hidden gem is located on Kincaid Lake just outside of Alexandria. Serving amazing home-cooked meals since 1978, you’ll love the rustic atmosphere and friendly service you’ll receive here at Tunk’s. When the weather warms up, be sure to take advantage of their outdoor patio, the views are simply stunning! Located at 9507 Highway 28, Boyce, LA 71409.
Learn more about Tun’s Cypress Inn in our previous article
Planning on paying any of these restaurants a visit? Let us know in the comments below!