On nights, they have live music and dancing and such as well - it's a pretty popular place. That would have been a nice experience. If you want authentic atmosphere, then this is also the place. We had friends from Italy visiting the U. If you fly your aircraft or drive into one of the locations listed on this website, you do so at your own risk.
But the etouffe looked and tasted more like a creole. Any information displayed may not be accurate or current and should not be considered valid for navigation, flight planning, or for use in flight. A little detour from I-10 on the way from Houston to Lafayette, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans, it's in the middle of nowhere amidst crawfish farms and rice fields. Schmidt now has a gallery two doors from Louisiana Products. Now this is a place worth finding! Healthy place this is not. We drove about an hour from lake Charles and will definitely be doing that again. For an appetizer I got their version of devil's on horseback.
I ordered a ribeye with etouffee and it was great, perfectly cooked. Brought back memories of my grandparents who loves Cajun music. By the way, the band had not even started yet. Shortly after winning Top Chef, everyone wanted to know when Lin would open her first restaurant. The salad was lettuce with one piece of tomato.
Louisiana Products has always been an anomaly, though in different ways. I have eaten at D. The boiled crawfish were hands down the best And I've had them everywhere. My daughter and Son in law had heard many great reviews about Di's and the grass landing strip for small planes. With this worldly palette of the fresh, the natural, and the superior, we create combinations and juxtapositions of flavors that are wonderfully intuitive and modern. Take a look at our upcoming events to plan your next visit. The music brought an energy that lacks in a lot of dining experiences.
Live Cajun music, and lots of people of all ages on the dance floor. Over three years later, the time has finally come — and instantly the conversation around the has shifted. I have eaten at D. When Louisiana Products opened, though, the area was still a mix of maritime companies, historic buildings and rampant destitution strung between seedy bars and flophouses. . They even let my little son practice playing the spoons and the triangle.
We decided we were going to be a place where everyone could come in. The staff is so small town and cute. For corporate meetings, the Board Room set-up can accommodate private gatherings for up to 16 guests. But it was the friendly family oriented people that made this a mountain-top experience. Antique products line the shelves at Louisiana Products, a tiny Creole deli, in downtown New Orleans, La. Their version is shrimp wrapped in bacon then fried. But , just the year before, had drawn new attention to the area.
Loved that they offered gator. We do not verify or check out any event or destinations that are submitted to our website for display. And our waitress, Britney, was the best! Dine in one of our fabulous restaurants. Stunning water views are your backdrop as you dine on delectable coastal-inspired cuisine that includes an extensive moules frites menu, a wide selection of sweet and savory tartines, and a variety of coastal-inspired beverages. I got the seafood platter which had a lot of food. The best alligator bites I've ever had and I've had them from many places.
The friendly, family oriented staff and guests make this place 1 on my list. Did not slack one bit so if you get her, tip her well! The Owen sisters lent him a bicycle and gave him food on credit until he was on his feet. They are part of a flying club who was hoping to make this a new family destination stop for their day trips. The Warehouse District, sometimes now called the Arts District, is known today for its art galleries and museums, its ever-growing number of condo developments and their attendant restaurants and coffee shops. The baked potato came with sour cream, chives, and bacon but no butter. I've been eating at D'I's since I was 15 years old.
For the first time and absolutely loved it. The baked potato came with sour cream, chives, and bacon but no butter. The charbroiled oysters were huge in size and in number and came swimming, out of shell, in a lemony butter sauce with more butter to dip them in. They even let my little son practice playing the spoons and the triangle. The waitress was great did not have to ask for anything. They were so rich and there was so much of it that even with us helping, my famished friend could not finish them.
But for authentic no-frills country Cajun food and hospitality, this is it. Our waitress told us about it even though my best friend, who took me there, already knew and said that they could open the sliding doors in front of the stage so we could take a look if we wanted to. The charbroiled oysters were huge in size and in number and came swimming, out of shell, in a lemony butter sauce with more butter to dip them in. For an appetizer I got their version of devil's on horseback. Horn arrived in New Orleans four years ago after making a life change. David Bailey and Ellie Dannel Poplion prepare lunch plates at Louisiana Products, a tiny Creole deli, in downtown New Orleans. Always call ahead to confirm any information listed and the existence of the destination or event.