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The Grand Coteau Historic District is one of the few primarily rural districts on the National Register of Historic Places. Grand Coteau is noted for its magnificent trees that form alleys, groves and gardens. Within the district there are over 70 structures designated as architecturally significant. Creole, French, Acadian, Anglo-American and Victorian styles are reflected in the houses, stores and religious institutions. Of special significances is this last category. Grand Coteau and Catholicism have been deeply connected for over 175 years. The Church and retreat centers continue to provide extensive spiritual and educational guidance for the community and visitors from afar.

Hear the story and visit the shrine of the Miracle of Grand Coteau at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, then stop to browse the antique and gift shops, or sample the local cuisine. The shops and restaurants, all housed in renovated historic buildings are a treat in themselves.

Crawfish Creola recipe from Creola Cafe in Grand Coteau.
Crawfish Creola recipe from Creola Cafe in Grand Coteau. Photo: David Gallent Louisiana Kitchen and Culture Magazine.
Crawfish Creola recipe from Creola Cafe in Grand Coteau. David Gallent Louisiana Kitchen and Culture Magazine
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    284 Martin Luther King Drive Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    A unique and homey café. Food is prepared fresh daily, including soups, salads and sandwiches, homemade desserts and daily specials.
    City: Grand Coteau
    232 Martin Luther King Dr., Hwy. 93 Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Grand Coteau is situated on what was (2,000 years ago) the west bank of the Mississippi and now listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is a sloping ridge (coteau). Magnificent live...
    City: Grand Coteau
    202 East Martin Luther King Drive Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Browse through contemporary clothing and accessories. Find the perfect gift for any occasion.The salon offers Aveda salon services. Take the afternoon to get a fresh or new look. 
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    1828 I-49 North Service Road Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Full Service restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Buffet offered on Friday and Saturday nights.
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    106 St. Joseph Street Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Pauline and Donna are bakers with 20 years of experience. Their local homegrown bakery specializes in professionally made cakes decorated for weddings and any other occasion. Pastries and cake sold...
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    272 Martin Luther King Drive Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Antiques, iron and vintage jewelry. This landmark is a classic Acadian cottage complete with stairs on the front gallery leading to the garçonniére on the second floor.
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    296 Martin Luther King Drive Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Clothes, jewelry and accessories. Large selection of April Cornell women's and children's clothing.
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    174 Church Street Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    This magnificent and predominately wooden structure designed by New Orleans architect James Freret is architecturally the finest gem in the Grand Coteau crown. Following the approval of the plans...
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    214 Church Street Grand Coteau, LA 70541
    Built in 1938 on the site of the original St. Charles Church, this Spanish mission-style building sits under moss-draped oak trees.
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The Grand Coteau Historic District is one of the few primarily rural districts on the National Register of Historic Places. Grand Coteau is noted for its magnificent trees that form alleys, groves and gardens. Within the district there are over 70 structures designated as architecturally significant. Creole, French, Acadian, Anglo-American and Victorian styles are reflected in the houses, stores and religious institutions. Of special significances is this last category. Grand Coteau and Catholicism have been deeply connected for over 175 years. The Church and retreat centers continue to provide extensive spiritual and educational guidance for the community and visitors from afar.

Hear the story and visit the shrine of the Miracle of Grand Coteau at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, then stop to browse the antique and gift shops, or sample the local cuisine. The shops and restaurants, all housed in renovated historic buildings are a treat in themselves.

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