Nearby Restaurants

Pat's Fisherman's Wharf

Since 1948, Pat’s in Henderson has been a family-owned staple of the Atchafalaya Basin. Feast on the freshest Louisiana seafood dishes, dance the night away to Cajun and Zydeco music at the Atchafalaya Club, and rest your head in our comfortable hotel. 

La Rumba Mexican Grill

Henderson’s newest dining destination is almost here. For the best margaritas this side of the border, fresh Mexican food choices and the relaxing patio vibes you need when it’s happy hour, stop by for a great meal and a good time. Open Fall 2020. 

Waffle House

A true Southern favorite, Waffle House is a small chain of short order cooking restaurants located along the I-10 Corridor. Famous for their wide variety of hash brown toppings and delicious, golden brown waffles, it’s also a great place to grab a cup of hot coffee. 

Café Sydney Mae

Celebrated Louisiana Chef Bonnie Breaux of St. John Restaurant in St. Martinville puts her spin on the classics at Cafe Sydnie Mae in Breaux Bridge. Open for brunch, closed on Mondays. Reservations are recommended for dinner and can be made in ur website. 

Poche's Restaurant

Since 1962, this staple has been packed with hungry Cajun food lovers. They have both a restaurant and specialty meat market selling boudin and cracklins, conveniently located in Breaux Bridge. 

Crazy Bout Crawfish

Also located in Breaux Bridge, Crazy Bout Crawfish is a comfortable, Louisiana-themed eatery turning out Cajun favorites along with steaks, burgers and salads. We serve boiled crawfish!

The St. John Restaurant

Located in St. Martinville near the Banker Plantation, the St. John Restaurant is one of our favorite family owned restaurants. Do yourself a favor, check out the crab cakes. 

Crawfish Town USA

Located in an authentic 19th century barn, this restaurant serves boiled crawfish when in season, as well as etoufee, burgers, po-boys, oysters, crabs, and more. 

Chicken on the Bayou

Located in Hernderson, right off of I-10, Chicken on the Bayou is a locals favorite for traditional Cajun homestyle cooking. We carry specialty meats and serve hot, fresh boudin and cracklins daily as well, and we deliver through the Waitr app. 

Diesi's Little Capitol

Located inside the Exxon off of the Henderson exit, this spot is well worn by locals for an inexpensive meal cooked with love! We also have a gift shop, casino, beer and wine, and more. 

Buck and Johnny's

This Eclectic Italian joint in Breaux Bridge is quickly becoming a fan favorite in St. Martin Parish. Featuring live music most nights and delicious Italian Cajun fusion cuisine, it’s always a good time at Buck and Johnny’s.

Jeaux Biff's

Jeaux Biff’s has been slinging juicy burgers and ice cold beer to Breaux Bridge visitors and natives alike for many years. Call us for your next po-boy party tray, or just stop in for a hamburger steak and a cold draft beer. Closed 2PM-4:30PM daily. 

Tante Marie’s Cafe

Tante Marie is located in the historic Broussard Hardware building in downtown Breaux Bridge. For the past 10 years, this space has hosted local artists and musicians while serving up a variety of delicious food and coffees. 

Filling Station at Cajun Palms

Located inside the Cajun Fast Track at Cajun Palms RV Resort, this family favorite serves wings, onion rings, Frito Chili Pies, and more. 

Little Big Cup

Founded in 2012, our restaurant is one part bar and one part Cajun eatery. Whether you’re in the mood for dinner or a quick cocktail, you’ll find what you’re looking for at our authentic establishment.


Since 1979, Myran’s Maison de Cuisine in Arnaudville has been serving residents and visitors alike delicious, authentic Cajun food 7 days a week. We have a patio with great views of Bayou Teche and boiled crawfish during season. 


Things to Do

Cajun Fast Track • Putt Putt, Arcade & Go Karts
Prehistoric Park • 12 Acres of Dinosaur Replicas
Vermilionville • Tourist Information
Louisiana Marketshops at the 115 • Art Gallery & Store
Avery Island • TABASCO® Tours & Gardens
Cajun Food Tours • Guided Tours & More

Live Music

South Louisiana is known around the world for it’s Cajun, Zydeco, French and Creole music. When you are in these parts, almost everyone knows how to play an instrument, and you never know when you might catch an impromptu Cajun Jam. Here are a few of our favorite spots for live music: