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Cajun Cuisine Itinerary

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Cajun Cuisine Itinerary

Taste some of the best food up and down the Bayou when you explore Cajun cuisine through this culinary itinerary. There are so many local restaurants that serve up delicious dishes you won't find anywhere else!

UP THE BAYOU

Start your culinary experience in Thibodaux with a Cajun breakfast at Weeping Willow Café and
Bakery
where you can sip locally flavored coffees, lattes, frappes, cappuccinos, while enjoying a
fresh delicious cinnamon roll or brownie.

Stop by Bourgeois Smokehouse and Specialty Meats and taste their world famous Cajun beef
jerky. Take home one-of-a-kind stuffed chicken breast and their sausage that is smoked to
perfection.

Take a tour at Donner Peltier Distillers and sample crafts spirits made from local ingredients like
sugarcane and rice. Sample the award-winning Rougaroux Rum, Oryza Vodka and Oryza Gin, and
get a taste of LA1 Whiskey - the first aged whiskey made in Louisiana since Prohibition.

For lunch check out Alumni Grill and select the special of the day or a burger topped with the
restaurant’s own homemade barbecue sauce, dressings, and pickles. Add some golden brown
"Lard of the Fries" topped with smoked pulled pork, bacon, BBQ sauce, cheddar and pepper jack
cheese, green onions and jalapenos.

To get a real drive-in experience, pull over at the Goal Post and indulge in their rich, creamy
milkshakes and ice cream. Relax bayou-side and take in the warm breeze along Bayou Lafourche.

For dinner try the southern rustic cuisine at Cinclare in downtown Thibodaux. The chef serves
beautiful dishes using fresh, local ingredients.

DOWN THE BAYOU

Some of the best seafood around can be found at CherAmie’s in Cut Off. From stuffed crab to
their signature dish, Eggplant Lafourche, this Cajun stop has a variety of culinary delights to
choose from. Be sure to ask about their Bloody Mary which includes veggies and a boiled shrimp.

Get a taste of delectable delights at the Cajun Pecan House. Select from a variety of sweet
treats made from scratch like pralines, candies, and king cakes. And don’t forget to purchase a
homemade fruitcake to take home.

Enjoy true southern hospitality with a one-of-a-kind dining at Alzina’s Restaurant. As Ms. Alzina’s
special guests, you’ll enjoy a relaxing home-cooked meals with favorites like crab meat lasagna,
black-eyed-pea jambalaya, and Amaretto yams. Reservations must me made in advance. 

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