Greater New Orleans Area

Whether you're touring New Orleans, fishing in Venice or headed out for culinary adventures in the Northshore, there's a little something for everyone in the Greater New Orleans region. New Orleans reigns as the country’s finest “European” city—a place where culture flows from nearly every doorstep. Saturate your senses with celebrated architecture, heavenly food and nonstop live music, and then head to neighboring parishes to soak up some small town history and beauty. In addition to the area’s legendary Creole cuisine, local farmers markets are ripe with fresh produce such as Plaquemines’ Creole tomatoes and satsumas.

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    City: Houma
    1143 Bayou Black Dr. Houma, LA 70360
    Grand Bayou Noir, a grand old home, has oak floors and ceiling fans. All bedrooms have queen size beds with private baths. Suite available with jacuzzi. Featured on NBC's Today Show. Open 7 days a...
    City: Thibodaux
    504 Hwy. 20 Thibodaux, LA 70301
    Fried Chicken, Po-boys and more
    City: Norco
    16302 River Rd. Norco, LA 70079
    Fishing, crawfishing, camping, bird watching, off-highway vehicle riding, hunting & dog training opportunities abound. Also 2 boat ramps. 5am-10pm.
    City: Raceland
    Jug's Landing, Bayou Dularge Raceland, LA 70394
    Charter fishing out of Jug's Landing, Bayou Dularge. Mainly targeting speckled trout and redfish. 35 years fishing experience with 15 years chartering. Year round fishing from a 24 ft. Triton LTS...
    City: Houma
    6224 W Park Ave Houma, LA 70364
    City: Chauvin
    6830 Highway 56 Chauvin, LA 70344
    One of Louisiana’s largest, oldest and most experienced charter fishing operations. Operating in Cocodrie since 1971. Our success is unmatched anywhere on the Gulf Coast.Inland bay fishing,...
    City: Destrehan
    14466 River Rd. Destrehan, LA 70047
    Fresh local food, wood grill items, seasonal sandwiches, salads and dinner plates. Greener, fresher and better.
    City: Cut Off
    15628 West main Street Cut Off, LA 70345
    Serving the best in Boiled & Fried Seafood.
    City: Houma
    216 Mystic Blvd, Suite D Houma, LA 70360
    Cajun Meat Market is a locally owned speciality meat market.  Some of our "Famous" items are our stuffed boneless chickens, turduckens, pork chops stuffed with fresh green onion sausage,...
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Whether you're touring New Orleans, fishing in Venice or headed out for culinary adventures in the Northshore, there's a little something for everyone in the Greater New Orleans region. New Orleans reigns as the country’s finest “European” city—a place where culture flows from nearly every doorstep. Saturate your senses with celebrated architecture, heavenly food and nonstop live music, and then head to neighboring parishes to soak up some small town history and beauty. In addition to the area’s legendary Creole cuisine, local farmers markets are ripe with fresh produce such as Plaquemines’ Creole tomatoes and satsumas.

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