One of the best things about Cajun culture (aside from the food) is the music. And nothing says it better than the sight of dads dancing with young daughters, and mothers out on the dance floor with babies in their arms. Heading the list of popular spots that serve up both dinner and music are Mulate’s in Breaux Bridge, Prejean’s and Randol’s in Lafayette, Abers Café in Houma (Friday night), and Boutin’s in Baton Rouge.
In Eunice, Louisiana, start your Saturday with a morning jam session at the Savoy MusicCenter. Spend the rest of the day at the Cajun Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and at the Prairie Acadian Cultural Center. Then gear up for an evening of dancing at the live radio broadcast, Rendez-VousDes Cajuns, in the renovated 1924 Liberty Theatre. Don’t let the fact that the emcee speaks French throw you for a loop—music speaks all languages!
Stay in one of the many bed and breakfasts located in Cajun Country and throughout the State of Louisiana. Experience The Best of what Louisiana has to offer!