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D R I N K

DINING DESTINATION

STEAMBOAT WAREHOUSE

Shrimp, Andouille and Okra Gumbo - Fresh gulf shrimp and locally grown okra in a classic South Louisiana gumbo with smoked andouille sausage.

A rendezvous with the past By Angie Dumas, DaStylishFoodie.com

Steamboat Warehouse, located in Washington, LA, is set along the timeless banks of Bayou Courtableau. Serving award-winning dishes, diners find themselves treated to a forwardthinking menu in a one-of-a-kind historic setting. The Concept: Steamboat offers Cajun/ Creole cuisine with an elevated flare in a casual atmosphere. Behind The Name: The original steamboat port warehouse, built circa 1819, was converted into a fine restaurant that boasts a museum quality atmosphere and photo worthy platings. Interesting Fact: Everything is original inside the restaurant, which is the last standing steamboat warehouse in Washington (the third oldest settlement in Louisiana). For The Health Conscience: When looking for a greener option, go for the sensational salad. It is made with fresh mesclun greens, grilled tomatoes, asparagus and marinated grilled chicken breast and finished with fresh, shredded Parmesan cheese. Menu Favorites: Regulars rave about the Catfish Diane, Redfish Lafourche and Steak Lafitte.

Eggplant Belle Rose - Fried eggplant topped with gulf shrimp and blue crab stuffing, smothered with creamy seafood sauce with fresh bluepoint crab.

Crawfish Palmetto – Pan-fried filet catfish served on a bed of wild rice pilaf smothered with crawfish cream sauce with fresh crawfish tails.

Manly Option: When looking for something more substantial, order the oven roasted quail. Two semi-boneless quail are set on a bed of smothered potatoes with smoked sausage and drizzled with a mouthwatering rosemary white wine demi-glaze. Served with sautéed haricot verts.

Romantic Spot: If being surrounding by historic memorabilia, request the center of the restaurant near the Steamboat sign. However, if you prefer a bit more privacy, along wall in the back corner might be the perfect fit for your date.

TRENDING Fezzo’s Expands Again To the delight of Broussard residents, a popular seafood, steakhouse and oyster bar has expanded again. Fezzo’s is now open and delighting palate’s – as usual! Got the en vie for boiled crawfish? Fezzo’s has mastered the art of cooking them to perfection. Call 337-330-2302 for more information. 44

NEW I Love Juice Bar Overwhelmingly vegetarian and gluten-free and always using 100 percent whole fruits and vegetables, I Love Juice Bar offers delicious food and drinks such as Super Greens juice with local wheatgrass and superfoods salad with kale, spinach, chia seeds and fresh-juiced lemon dressing. They purchase directly from local farms whenever possible and take offer an assortment of items from other local partners year-round. Find out more about the first Louisiana location at ilovejuicebar.com. 3 3 7M A GA ZIN E.C OM

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