Where the food is unique and delicious!

Creole Cuisine Influence

This cuisine is a blend of many cultures of food such as, French, Spanish, West African, Amerindian, Caribbean, German, Italian, and Irish.


  • gumbo
  • crab meat ravigote
  • jambalaya

Cajun Cuisine

Cajun cuisine is usually a three pot affair, one being the main dish, another being steamed rice, and the last is a vegetable. important ingredients include green bell pepper, onions and celery.


  • Crawfish boil
  • Rice and gravy

Fish and Seafood dishes

New Orleans' public market handling fish started in 1784. by the early 1800s restaurants started specializing in seafood dishes like...

  • oysters
  • catfish
  • fin fish


Louisiana has many desserts that are very unique because they put their own twist on them but just to name a few...

  • red velvet cheesecake
  • sweet potato s'mores
  • sweet potato praline brownies

New Orleans Restaurants

There are many different types of food in New Orleans, so you don't have to be worried about limited variety!

Here are a few popular choices...

  • GW Fins is a French and Seafood cuisine. They are listed with. stars and plate prices range from $50-$58.
  • Alberto's Cheese and Wine Bistro serves sandwiches,Mediterranean, and Spanish styled food. This restaurant is listed at 5 stars and plates start at $10.

Louisiana State Info

I. Land and Geography
  • Capital city- Baton Rouge
  • The bordered states are Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas.
  • The lowest point in this state is New Orleans, it is 8 feet below sea level.
  • Typical climate is humid and subtropical
II. Population
  • about 4.65 million people
  • LA became a French crown colony in 1731, and surrendered to Spain in 1763 after French and Indian War.
  • Louisiana became a state in the union on April 30th, 1812.
  • This state is the leader of natural gas salt, petroleum, and sulfur production.
  • The governor is Booby Jindal
  • On August 29th, 2005 Hurricane Katrina killed hundreds of people, devastating the land and families.
  • The name of the state came from Lois XIV (14th) of France, he claimed the land.
IV. Tourist Attractions
  • New Orleans- known for French Quarter and annual Mardi Gras