Cajun Creole Seafood in Jefferson Parish

Cajun Creole style seafood platters are on the menu  at Restaurant des Families in Crown Point, Louisiana. The restaurant is located between The French Quarter and Louis Armstrong International Airport in Jefferson Parish. And, you will find the picturesque setting makes for an enjoyable dining experience. Learn more with the links below.

Cajun Creole Restaurant des Familles Crown Point Louisiana

Cajun and Creole on the Bayou

“A splendid bayou view, complete with a “beware of alligators” sign and Spanish moss hanging from the trees, complements a meal of both Cajun and Creole favorite dishes at Restaurant des Familles in the Mississippi River Delta region of Louisiana. Pirates no longer fill their treasure chests in Jean Lafitte Historical Park and Preserve, but you can certainly enjoy delectable seafood and unique culture in this corner of Jefferson Parish.” Learn more about it at TheYums.com.

Cajun Creole seafood platter

 

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Louisiana Oyster Trail Marries Culinary and Visual Arts

Louisiana Oyster Trail in Jefferson Parish is right next door to New Orleans and the French Quarter. Restaurant des Familles is one of twenty member restaurants and they are taking part in the Jefferson Parish public art program.

Did you know that Louisiana is the nation’s largest producer of oysters?

The Oyster Trail was created to showcase local artist’s work in the culinary and the visual arts. Keepers of oyster sculptures painted by local artists show the uniqueness of each participating restaurant. Restaurant des Familles displays Simon’s art on their front lawn.

In addition to their Acadian style building, they also are mobile with a food truck serving Creole and Cajun favorites.

Restaurant des Familles along the Louisiana Oyster Trail

Restaurant des Famille on the Louisiana Oyster Trail

 

One stop along the 20-member Oyster Trail is Restaurant des Familles in Crown Point, close to New Orleans. Enjoy tasty Cajun and Creole dishes, including delicious oysters, with a view of the Bayou des Familles.” Read more at www.TheTravel100.net

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