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We rarely miss a chance on the road to or from New Orleans to stop at Cajun Village. It has interesting and fun shopping, as well as a delicious restaurant called the Coffee House that has a full menu of Cajun dishes. It makes for...More
This is an interesting array of: antiques, tourist items, culinary items, fun photo opportunities, cafe with outstanding beignets and gators lounging safely behind a fenced nature area for all to enjoy.
There were 4 of us ladies (3 who are locals) who visited The Cajun Village. If you have an hour or so to roam around quaint shops full of lots and lots of things (particularly Louisiana themed of course) then this is a nice outing....More
The Cajun village has some neat little shops with down-home local flare that are worth a stop in if you're in the area. While you're there, stop at the Coffee Pot for a bite to eat anytime of day. Grab some beignets and coffee, or...More
Was in the area staying at the cottages associated with this place. Lots of neat shops covering every type of cajun clothing, entertaiinment, spices, candy, etc. you could think of. Antiques, pottery classes and showroom, estate sales items and much more. All the people here...More
From Houmas Plantation, we rushed there right before it closed (6pm) to get some cafe au lait et beignets and they were absolutely delicious, far better than those from Cafe du Monde. Can't tell about the other shops though.
You can stop in for breakfast as we did today with our 3 grands. They love the bengiets. I'm bringing my Red Hatters the Lafourche Dizzy Lizzies there in Sept. for our Dilly Dally to have lunch & shop.
Amazing place. Certainly swamp land so we applaud the people who chose to settle, build and live there. It was raining our visit which reinforced even more what must have been a hard life and not conducive to good health either. Amongst a large number...More