As we understand well the concern for safety with children and hot trays of food being transported. They are not sure what's next for the historic property. That would have been a nice experience. We found this place from yelp. Fried crawfish, yes, but not boiled. Horn arrived in New Orleans four years ago after making a life change. Louisiana Products has always been an anomaly, though in different ways.
But for authentic no-frills country Cajun food and hospitality, this is it. Thank you Thank you Thank you! The bacon was under done and very rubbery. We do not verify or check out any event or destinations that are submitted to our website for display. We were puzzled as to why we were the only ones whose child was not allowed on the dance floor; while the other children were allowed to continue running and dancing as they please. She was so sad when we had to take her off of the dance floor while the other unsupervised who by the way were adorable and having the time of their lives were allowed to stay and enjoy themselves. Feels good to fall in love, and I am in love with everything about this restaurant.
Adjoining the dining room is our highly adaptable that can seat up to 30 guests for dinner or up to 50 guests for a stunning cocktail reception. Louisiana Products changed in a big way starting in 1992 when Brian Dannel took over the kitchen and began adding New Orleans-style pot cooking and plate lunches. Friday will be its last day after nearly 34 years in business at 618 Julia St. Tonight we were singled out on the dance floor with our granddaughter. They were so rich and there was so much of it that even with us helping, my famished friend could not finish them. 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. My mom got the half and half crawfish which is fried crawfish and crawfish etouffe.
If you're there on the weekend, this is not just a place to eat. A few small tables, usually covered with newspapers and bottles of Crystal hot sauce, became communal by necessity. I have eaten at D. This is truly a special place with a welcoming and authentic Cajun atmosphere. 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. On nights, they have live music and dancing and such as well - it's a pretty popular place.
Schmidt now has a gallery two doors from Louisiana Products. By the way, the band had not even started yet. This is my best friend's family's favorite Cajun restaurant. David Bailey and Ellie Dannel Poplion prepare lunch plates at Louisiana Products, a tiny Creole deli, in downtown New Orleans. Now this is a place worth finding! Any information displayed may not be accurate or current and should not be considered valid for navigation, flight planning, or for use in flight. I gave 4 stars because the dinner salad and salad dressing was embarrassingly basic and cheap tasting. For the first time and absolutely loved it.
Our granddaughter was so excited to dance to the Music and enjoy the environment presented. Always call ahead to confirm any information listed and the existence of the destination or event. We drove about an hour from lake Charles and will definitely be doing that again. 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. As far as the food goes, I didn't care for the boiled crawfish; it was too dirty and gritty. Presented by the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, dineL. They Still have wonderful local Cajun bands that play on weekends and dancing and the best boiled crawfish around! Brought back memories of my grandparents who loves Cajun music.
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And for locals' nightly entertainment, there is no other. The staff is so small town and cute. Almost immediately a person I can only assume was the manager came over to lecture the table about how their food is cooked fresh and they are busy, etc. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to OpenAirNet Incorporated and FunPlacesToFly. The raw oysters were so fresh you could actually taste the salt water in them whereas most oysters are processed and lose this authentic flavor. I ordered the blackened gator. Also, the seafood platter was aesthetically bland.