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    City: Eunice
    221 West Walnut Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    Located in historic downtown Eunice, Ruby's has been in business for more than 30 years. Open for breakfast, drop in for the homemade biscuits and jelly - a local favorite. For lunch, visit Ruby's...
    City: Eunice
    248 Rodeo Drive Eunice, LA 70535
    Noonie Bell continues the skill of her husband, noted Louisiana craftsman, Joe Soileau. She sells chairs covered with cowhide and also rugs of all shapes and sizes.
    City: Eunice
    1698 Highway 190 West Eunice, LA 70535
    68 rooms with queen or king size beds. Executive suites with jacuzzis available. Complimentary hot breakfast buffet, internet, cable TV and in-room coffee maker. Free motor coach parking. Meeting...
    City: Eunice
    109 West Walnut Street Eunice, LA 70535
    While specializing in clothing for young contemporary women we offer a wide variety of accessories, purses, and gifts for all ages. Whether it's a football game, wedding or night on the town Gossip...
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    1531 West Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    33 rooms and 2 suites, outdoor pool, cable TV/HBO, WiFi, and washer/dryer availability. Free continental breakfast daily. Enjoy the newly added gazebo with BBQ pit.
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    541 West Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    Features breakfast, lunch and dinner served Cajun style. All home cooked food (nothing frozen) with free in town delivery and catering services available.
    City: Eunice
    1601 West Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    Watch the big game and snack on authentic Cajun appetizers such as crab cakes or fried gator bites! Also, enjoy a full-service bar and boiled crabs and crawfish when in season. 
    City: Eunice
    501 West Laurel Avenue Eunice, LA 70535
    Home-cooked plate lunches served Wednesday through Friday. Great southwest Louisiana barbecue Friday through Sunday. Be sure to call in early if ribs are on your list. Take-out orders only.
    City: Eunice
    29017 Crowley Eunice Hwy. Eunice, LA 70535
    As a fourth-generation rice-farming family, the Hundleys have been farming rice, soybeans, and crawfish in their hometown of Mowata for more than 30 years. Michael and Katherine Hundley, along with...

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When most people think of Cajuns, they think of pirogues on the bayou. But Eunice – named for the town founder’s beloved wife – is the “prairie” Cajun capital of Louisiana. The week here starts on Saturday mornings, with hot boudin sausage, coffee and the open Cajun jam session at Savoy’s Music Center. This 40-year-old tradition, where old hands play alongside up-and-comers, was started by a local accordion-maker and is still going strong. On Saturday evenings, the historic Liberty Theater broadcasts a live Cajun radio show. It makes sense that Eunice would also house the Cajun Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Here, greats like “Doc” Guidry and “Happy Fats” LeBlanc are commemorated, and the story of Cajun music is told. For the rest of the story, visit the Prairie Cajun Cultural Center, which is one of the few places you’ll find National Park Service rangers alongside Cajun chefs dishing up jambalaya.

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