Natchitoches (/ˈnækətəʃ/ NAK-ə-təsh; French: Les Natchitoches) is a small city and the parish seat of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, United States. Established in 1714 by Louis Juchereau de St. Denis as part of French Louisiana, the community was named after the indigenous Natchitoches people.
Things to do in Natchitoches
4.5 based on 305 reviews
We ate here before the Christmas lights were turned on. There was a lot of food and it was good. My family got the seafood plate with the stuffed potato and it all looked very good. Very friendly people.
4 based on 492 reviews
On the recommendation of our lovely hosts at The Jefferson House (wonderful Bed and Breakfast!) we stopped at Lasyone’s for lunch. We LOVED it! I was having a hard time deciding between a meat pie and a crawfish pie, so our waitress suggested hubs get one and I get the other and we share. We did, but he warned - cut them in half and share BEFORE you taste, otherwise you’ll never want to share! The atmosphere is super casual, it’s a bit of a hole in the wall, but absolutely delicious!
4 based on 497 reviews
My husband & I were visiting from out of town. We chose Maglieaux's because they had outdoor dining overlooking the water. The wait staff was very friendly. The food was delicious & brought out promptly. There was a band playing which created a fun atmosphere as well. We will definitely be returning!
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Yam cake! What else to say. The other food is usually good but did I mention the yam cake.... and they have personal don't share size and big better share size. No really it IS the main reason I stop here. I do wish they would overhaul the mens rest room... it's pretty bad, almost truck stop bad. But I'm used to BucCees so nothing else comes even close, but again did I mention yam cake?
4 based on 253 reviews
Maybe the best dinning in town. Nice setting ample space for large groups. Service was super. Waiters were young men, well trained, polite and attentive.
Large menu with diverse Lousianna choices. Charred oysters were very good. Steaks were all very good Prices fair. I’ll be back.
4 based on 315 reviews
We ducked off in here while shopping because we had been craving some grilled oysters. We should have kept walking...
We tried two different grilled oysters. We should have just ordered them raw. Neither plate of oysters were cooked hardly at all and neither were more than just warm from being cooked. Very disappointed in these for some place that calls themselves an "Oyster House". Send someone to south La to learn how to grille oysters.
Drinks were cold and service was decent...
4 based on 392 reviews
What use to be a delicious dining experience has become swill served by sloths. This is a high priced place where you go to see disappearing wait staff. We came in at 5 pm which was the evening opening time. We were seated rather quickly and were handed menus. it went downhill from there. Our waitress was an airhead that offered up constant excuses for slipshod service. However, I guess we can excuse her due to the fact that she told us she had been to her car several times while we were awaiting service. Our appetizers were reasonably good, fried green tomatoes and mini meat pies. WE SHOULD HAVE STOPPED THERE. My catfish had the taste and appearance of large Walmart fish sticks. I'm from Louisiana and I KNOW fried catfish. This was nasty. My cousin's shrimp and pasta dish was so small that it certainly would not satisfy a grown man. And people, use something other than snack size plates to serve the main course on! The air head, uh waitress took my fork and knife away when she took my salad and we had to get another set off of a nearby table. Want ketchup? Get up and get it yourself.
Trust me, her tip reflected her lack of professionalism.
We should have listened to a shop owner that recommended Mamas or Pappas.
P.s. Put some paper towels in the restroom.
4 based on 157 reviews
We popped in here for a late evening refreshment and a plate of nachos on Wednesday 8th of November 2017.
I enjoyed a draft Blue Moon served with a slice of orange and my wife managed two pints of Shocked Lager Lemon Tops from the extensive list, whilst I ate most of the heavily loaded nachos.
We couldn't finish the enormous plateful between us (see picture).
Our bill for 3 pints and the nachos was under $21; excellent value.
Service was fast and friendly and the atmosphere at the bar convivial had we decided to join the locals.
4 based on 43 reviews
We had a great dinner after receiving helpful advice from our waitress. Blackened red fish and steak were both delicious. It was within walking distance from our bed and breakfast which was a plus.
4 based on 44 reviews
A little off the normal tourist route but well worth trying if you feel hungry for a delicious steak. You start your experience off with a bucket of peanuts to eat while reading the menu. The service was excellent, the waitress came by often and knew what we needed before we even asked (extra napkins). The Rib eye was wonderful and cooked just as we asked. From looking at orders coming out, portion size was perfect, you shouldn’t go away hungry. We will definitely eat here again on our next visit to Natchitoches.
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