This is Cajun country. If you are looking for a taste of Louisiana you can’t find anywhere else, Broussard is it. An astonishing 14 percent of residents still speak French and boast true Cajun ancestry.
Budget-friendly and phenomenal, look to these attractions and restaurants for places to play and eat all around town. Whether it’s related to your small business or you are traveling for pleasure, though hopefully it’s a little bit of both, Broussard, Louisiana has plenty of interesting options for you in your downtime.
Beat the Louisiana heat and see a variety of animals at this charming forty-five-acre park-like zoo. Shade from centuries old oak trees will help you keep your cool. Learn about more than 750 animals from 130 species.
Feed the parakeets, catch a live show, romp and play at the largest Backyard Adventures playset in Louisiana, or have a ball at the dirt mound.
Don’t forget the petting zoo that features goats, llamas, and chickens. Pay a reasonable fee to take a train ride to the island—it’s the only way to see the animals in the large pasture area.
What do you get when you combine a degree in chemical engineering with an entrepreneurial spirit? Parish Brewing.
Known for IPA and hoppy beer, independent brewery lovers will enjoy a stop at this friendly attraction that’s a little off the beaten path. Tours are on Saturdays and include a free tasting. Be sure to look for Parish Brewing’s flagship brew, Canebrake. It’s a robust wheat ale brewed with Steen’s Cane Syrup from the nearby town of Abbeville.
Stretch your legs at this family park. Everyone can appreciate a free option for a bit of entertainment, and this is a nice local alternative. Let the kids run around and blow off some steam. Grab a seat on the park bench and watch them have fun on the playground equipment.
If you are lucky, you may even see local softball and baseball teams out there having a good time. There’s room for everyone to roam.
Broussard 10 Movie Theater
When temperatures begin to rise, escape the humid Louisiana weather, and catch a good flick, at this pleasant movie theater; be sure to look out for the summer camp series. This comfortable theater features inexpensive pricing, popcorn and drink deals, and family favorite movies all summer long.
When hunger strikes, a visit to Poor Boy's Riverside Inn is in order. For more than eighty years, three generations of Hurst family members have served authentic lip-smacking Cajun cuisine, Gulf and local seafood favorites, and even Maine lobster.
Crawfish fan? You can find it here too. Look to the Crawfish dinner or Chef Nelson’s Chicken and Andouille Gumbo for stick-to-the-ribs goodness. Save room for the sweet potato beignets that’s dished up with a delectable orange-hazelnut sauce. It is a favorite for a reason.
When it comes to fresh food, including gluten-free and vegetarian offerings, as well as house-made salad dressings, locals and visitors turn to this Broussard, Louisiana restaurant.
Remember, this is only a small sampling of the things to see and do in Broussard, Louisiana. See what you can discover on your next visit! When your business takes you to Broussard, Classic Business Products can help with every digital office equipment need, from sales to service. Get more done, without the hassle.