Louisiana Cookin'


As summertime fades into fall, enjoying a meal with a waterfront view becomes the luxury of the season. Something almost inexplicable happens when you sit down to have a meal on the water; the worries of the world seem to drift away with the current, and the air itself feels lighter around you. Perhaps the view is so invigorating that you even set aside technological distractions—though not without first snapping a picture.

Dinner with a view is nothing if the meal itself cannot complement its eye-catching surroundings, and many restaurants across Louisiana accomplish this feat with ease. We were tasked with narrowing down which places in Louisiana pair the best views with the best bites.

While the days are still long, we invite you to fill them by visiting one or two of these restaurants that deliver flavorful feasts somewhere on the water, be it a bayou, river, or lake.


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