Don't Miss Dishes - Tammany Taste Trail
With the year-round growing season, locally farmed, seasonal ingredients are in the spotlight at restaurants along the Tammany Taste trail.
Oysters from Oxlot 9 restaurant in Covington, Louisiana
Enjoy a variety farm fresh flavors and Louisiana seafood along the Tammany Taste trail.
The 2012 King and Queen of Louisiana seafood are none other than Keith and Nealy Frentz who share their Louisiana comfort food in a unique contemporary restaurant in Covington. LOLA is located in an old train depot where the food is cooked and prepared in a repurposed caboose. Try the Louisiana sweet potato ravioli, homemade soups and lunch specials.
Gallagher's Grill, Covington
If you're looking for grilled meat and seafood, look no further. Try the 16-oz marbled Chicago prime ribeye are the fresh catch from Lake Pontchartrain.
Oxlot 9, Covington
Located inside the restored Southern Hotel in Covington, Oxlot 9 offers a great variety and features local ingredients. For a treat, eat the panfried stuffed rabbit.
La Provence, in the Northshore town of Lacombe, has been crafting flavors influenced by French and contemporary Creole cuisine for more than 40 years. This french restaurant is now in owned by the Hunters who plan on keeping the La Provence tradition alive for generations to come. The restaurant has an antique French farmhouse atmosphere that makes you feel that you are sitting in Provence, France. Nearby is a large garden where they grow fresh vegetables and other ingredients that perfectly pair with the other local and seasonal ingredients on every plate.
Sal & Judy's, Lacombe
Locals love the Italian fare and seafood dishes served with a Cajun-Creole twist. You'll enjoy every bite of your Brucioloni stuffed with cheese, Italian sausage and ground beef.
French Creole cuisine is the specialty at this neighborhood favorite. You might ask for seconds of the shrimp, crab and eggplant casserole.
Trey Yuen, Mandeville
Enjoy traditional Chinese with a Louisiana twist with the Tong cho crawfish.
Palmettos on the Bayou is definitely a Sunday brunch favorite for many who have experienced the scrumptious cuisine. This Cajun style restaurant has a beautiful view along the bayou at historic Roberts Landing. Everything on the menu will please any palate; however the shrimp and grits and the catfish atop perfectly seasoned garlic mashed potatoes are the local favorites.
If you're looking for a family-friendly spot for casual Louisiana fare, this is your place. One of our favorites is the fried oyster po' boy with a side of sweet potato fries and the roast beef also gets rave reviews.