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Enjoy a little of Louisiana's Rich History. The Cajun Village consists of Historic Acadian buildings, restored to house unique specialty shops offering you the opportunity to shop and browse in a relaxed setting. Shops include Cajun Village...more
We stopped in for breakfast on our way to the New Orleans airport and did some shopping afterwards. There are a couple of stores with some Louisiana made items. I was impressed with the selections of LSU and Saints items. If you have time to...More
Best assortment of Cajun foods I’ve ever seen! Loved the buildings as much as what’s inside. The antique store was my favorite- wonderful gifts. The bakery line was too long to wait so I’m sure it’s great too!
Stopped for lunch, ordered a hamburger with bacon and cheese, it came with fries it was terrible. Not sure what kind of meat they are using but it doesn't taste like beef, maybe a little beef mixed with a lot of oatmeal or something. Anyway,...More
We were visiting area plantations and stopped in at this lil gold nugget of a find. Awesome food. Great lil shops to visit. If your not from Louisiana and need souvenirs this place has all you can imagine for your list of people.
Was not at all what we expected. Went to one in Lafayette and it was wonderful. A whole town, workers in the houses doing crafts. This place had a shop that sold Cajun seasoning, and other sundries. A couple of antique stores, a pottery store...More
This place is a great stop. If looking for an Cajun atmosphere with very good food this is your place. There is something for everyone here. After you drink your Cafe Au Lait and have a big breakfast and beignets you will need to walk...More
These are the perfect shops to find souvenirs and gifts to take home. There are a variety of items in the gift shop, as well as antique shops, a coffee shop, and local pottery. The pottery shop is only open on Sat/Sun, and we were...More