On The Great River Road
There’s so much to see & do along the Mississippi River in New Orleans Plantation Country. The area abounds in colonial history, ancient traditions, river commerce, rich cuisine, music, folklore, the vestiges of human servitude and untamed swampy wilderness. Enhance your tour of Laura by visiting our neighboring attractions, historical and natural:
Your dining experience starts right outside Laura’s gate, on the Great River Road where, for over 300 years, a wonderful mix of French, German, West-African, Cajun and American have cooked up many a culinary feast.
|B & C Seafood Cajun Restaurant||1 minute away||225-265-8356|
|Spuddy’s Cajun Foods||3 minutes away||225-265-4013|
|DJ’s Grille||4 minutes away||225-265-7600|
|Oak Alley Restaurant||6 minutes away||225-265-2487|
|Nobile’s Restaurant||15 minutes away||225-869-8900|
From 3 to 50 minutes away, a variety of local Bed & Breakfast accommodations range from National Register sites to quaint country homes where French is still spoken.
|Cottage on the Farm B & B||225-265-4654|
|Auberge du Chêne Vert B & B||225-869-4064|
|Plantation Country B & B||800-688-1791|
|Oak Alley Plantation B & B||800-442-5539|
|Jolie House B & B||225-562-3553|
|Hymel Farm B & B||225-562-3959|
|A Chateau on the Bayou B & B||985-537-6773|