Denham Springs is a city in Livingston Parish, Louisiana, United States. The 2010 census placed the population at 10,215, up from 8,757 at the 2000 census. The city is the largest area of commercial and residential development in Livingston Parish. As of the 2010 census, Denham Springs and Walker are the only parish municipalities classified as cities.
Things to do in Denham Springs
4.5 based on 109 reviews
Great Italian Restaurant!! Antonio and Kayla make you feel like family when you enter... then they present a dish as you would receive in a restaurant in Rome. The flavors are wonderful, the atmosphere is fantastic and its right here in Denham Springs. I have loved Randazzo's since it opened a few years back. Great People.... Great Food!!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
As other reviewers have noted, this is a cool, artsy deli style café where the food is scrumptious and the staff excellent. Their chocolate chip macadamia nut cookies are truly drool worthy. The jalapeno cheddar rolls are cooked when ordered (no sitting under heat lamps here) and are so good. The atmosphere is casual, come-as-you are and after a few visits, the staff will know you by name and anticipate your order. This is a great place with local atmosphere where you can grab a quick bite or while away the morning enjoying hot coffee while reading the paper. Highly, highly recommended!
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We ordered a variety of sushi rolls each with a special request-no avocado on one, eel sauce on the side on another. Both came exactly as ordered. We also had hibachi steak with fried rice. It was delicious with lots of vegetables. The steak was full of flavor and tender. I love the shrimp sauce they serve with it. We carried out as we were too tired to dine out. The quality of the food was not affected. It was just as good as when dining in.
4 based on 264 reviews
DON'S SEAFOOD More Than Eighty Years of Exceptional Seafood South Louisiana locals and visitors have been drawn to DON'S authentic Cajun cuisine for more than 80 years. Menu selections including traditional Landry family recipes, and more recent original creations like Zydeco Shrimp, are well worth repeat visits. Many stop in daily for oysters on the half shell or boiled crawfish in season. DON'S bartenders serve Signature Old Fashioned cocktails alongside the newest specialty drinks, many made with Louisiana products. DON'S SEAFOOD began in 1934, when Don Landry opened his first restaurant and bar in downtown Lafayette with $400 borrowed from his uncle. Prohibition had just been lifted and at only 24 years old, he envisioned serving drinks and offering a simple menu featuring fresh local seafood. Four generations later, the Landry family has expanded that humble beginning into what would eventually become the DON'S SEAFOOD of today. Continuing the tradition, the Landry family still owns and operates each location. An extensive menu of original South Louisiana Cajun family recipes, the freshest Gulf seafood and sizzling steaks is offered. Each location boasts a unique Acadiana-inspired décor, all have a full-service bar and grill, perfect for casual diners or sports enthusiasts. Every DON'S SEAFOOD grill features an open charbroiler where diners can watch exclusive dishes being prepared like DON'S Original Jacked Up Oysters loaded with bacon, jalapenos and pepper jack cheese. Whether you're just passing through South Louisiana or live right around the corner, you'll find a DON'S SEAFOOD location near you in Lafayette, Denham Springs, Gonzales, Hammond, Covington and Metairie.
Iced in for 2 days and found this restaurant across from the hotel.
Food was good and pretty much as you might expect for LA.
Service was fine if a bit goofy.
Manage your server closely or she'll wander away.
Tightly poured drinks. Wine is a bit over priced.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
La Carreta will start you off with delicious salsa, brought forth by the quarter-liter and served with crunchy tortilla chips. The ingredients used in all the dishes are of unimpeachable merit, fresh with quality ingredients. Stop by and enjoy our awesome atmosphere, excellent service, quality and value!
Ordered a cheese and onion enchilada that was all onion, couldn't taste anything else. Absolutely awful. My husband ordered a chicken quesadilla, that wasn't cut into smaller pieces and nothing to go with it. No sour cream, no pico de gallo and no guacamole, so bland. My husband was still eating and the waiter asked to take his plate, unreal. La Carreta's used to be good, but no more. Will not go back.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
So I ate at the Dukes that is right off the highway, in front of the Bass Pro Shop. Same logo and same menu, but can't find a Trip Advisor shoeing that address. The broiled Alligator was average at best, but the broiled crab fingers were so good I went back the next day for a double order. I will go back for sure.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
This is a very good place. Doing some antiquing here in Denham Springs and stopped for a nice lunch. Both had the Crab Bella, a grilled crabmeat-packed cake atop rice and quinoa pilaf. Very tasty. Accompanied with French bread and cold slaw. Sandra Oubre Rogér said the slaw was creamy and tasty. I substituted fried okra since I can't do the slaw. Really good. Service was efficient and friendly. Would definitely return.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
I have eaten at two or three Raising Cane's locations. Like the others, this one offers the same delicious chicken. The menu is very limited, but what they do, they do well! By serving only chicken tenders with limited sides, they can focus all of their energy on making delicious chicken!
We used the drive thru this time and were served promptly.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
I've eaten here several times and have good things to say about it. I actually live in Central City LA and prefer the Cafe Phoenicia there but cannot find it listed here. I can only say that the Central location does a better job of getting fat off the chicken used in the schwarma. Having said that though, I have been here four or five times and enjoy the place. Service is good and they leave you alone and let you linger over your meal which is a real plus for us when we are having a leisurely "ladies lunch".
4 based on 39 reviews
Friendly , efficient service. Great for families. 8 different draft options and 20+ bottle beer. Cuban sandwich was tasty as was house salad. Blue cheese chips were especially good. Others had tasty hamburgers and crawfish salad which were well received. One comment that the $8 pint of beer was a little pricy.
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