These 9 Unique Restaurants In Louisiana Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience
You don’t have to live in Louisiana long to know that we are very serious about our food. We’ve rounded up a shortlist of some of the most amazing restaurants across the state. All of these places have that special something – whether it’s the service, the atmosphere, or, of course, the creative plates – there’s something for everyone on this list. Here are nine of our favorite unique restaurants in Louisiana you should add to your dining bucket list ASAP!
Which of these restaurants have you been to? Which unique restaurant in Louisiana is your favorite? Let us know in the comments! We love to hear from you.
Unique Restaurants in Louisiana
What are some of the best restaurants in Louisiana?
Louisiana is one of those states that are well-known for their unique cuisines. There’s certainly no shortage of super-delicious restaurants all over the state, and for every palate. It’s nearly impossible to narrow it down to just a few; it seems like no matter which part of Louisiana you find yourself in, you’re sure to find incredibly good eats. In New Orleans, some of the top-rated and most-loved restaurants include GW Fins, which certainly earned its top spot on TripAdvisor’s 10 BEST Restaurants in New Orleans list with its expertly-crafted menu and selection. Other New Orleans favorites include Olde Nola Cookery, Mambo’s, Shaya, and Mais Arepas. Should you find yourself in Baton Rouge, top restaurants there include Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, which will blow you away with its perfected steaks and perfectly-portioned plates, Anthony’s Italian Deli, Louisiana Lagniappe Restaurant, and MANSURS on the BOULEVARD. For more of our picks of the best restaurants in Louisiana, check this list out!
What are some cool things to do in Louisiana?
Louisiana is a place with a plethora of fascinating, fun, educational, intriguing or otherwise engaging things to do and see. For history buffs, the plantations scattered throughout the state prove to be an interesting and educational double-whammy; we love the tours and historical significance of Oak Alley Plantation, for starters. Laura Plantation is another excellent place to learn about history and admire old-school architecture. Visit the Old State Capitol, wander through cemeteries much, much older than Louisiana itself, and give yourself the creeps by exploring some of the state’s haunted history while you’re at it. Louisiana is also home to almost two dozen state parks, so nature lovers better come prepared. No matter what your interests happen to be, you’re sure to find something, somewhere to fall in love with.