5 of Louisiana’s Oldest Restaurants Make Their Home in Shreveport
Obviously, in Louisiana, we love food. After all, we have some of the best culinary delights in the world! OnlyinYourState.com recently came out with a list of the top 11 oldest restaurants in Louisiana and after going through their list, we found a few eateries they missed. Thanks to our diligent research, we know that five of the oldest (and best) restaurants in Louisiana call Shreveport home.
We'll get to Shreveport's oldest restaurants in just a minute, but here are some of the other restaurants OnlyinYourState.com mentioned first.
- Mohawk Tavern Seafood Restaurant in Monroe, 1952
- Louie's Cafe in Baton Rouge, 1941
- Dooky Chase's in New Orleans, 1941
- Lea's Lunchroom in Lecompte, 1928
- The Palace Cafe in Opelousas, 1927
- Antler's Restaurant and Grill in Lafayette, 1921
- Galatoire's in New Orleans, 1905
- Tujague's in New Orleans, 1856
- Antoine's in New Orleans, 1840
Now, let's take a look at Shreveport's oldest restaurants. To this day, they still rate as having some of the best eats in the area!