Dining

Take your taste buds on a tour of Cane River Country with our #CaneRiverCravings! From starting the day with a fresh ground coffee at Front Street Marketplace, snacking on a world-famous Natchitoches meat pie, to dining at one of our fabulous locally-owned restaurants; you can enjoy it all! Natchitoches offers true Louisiana cuisine whether Cajun or Creole, home cooked, pub life or tapas, Mexican to Italian - come explore our tasty treats! Just see the pictures below to get a glimpse of what Natchitoches offers!

Front Street Marketplace

Formally, Cane Brake Cafe, the new Front Street Marketplace is locally owned and operated; located in the heart of the historic district, the Cafe offers the perfect mix of friendly hometown charm and urban wi-fi cafe sophistication. From fresh ground coffee and specialty drinks, they boasts delicious breakfasts and delightful lunch items! Hours: Mon-Wed 7am-6pm; Thurs-Sat 7am-10:30pm; Sun 1:30-6pm Read more

Grayson’s Barbeque

Just 10 minutes out of Natchitoches, family owned BBQ restaurant serving up delicious sandwiches and sides. Hams are world famous over the holiday season

Hana Japanese Sushi Bar & Grill

Japanese restaurant featuring sushi and hibachi stations. Two great locations to serve you - Downtown Natchitoches and Keyser Avenue

Huddle House

National chain breakfast restaurant - located off I-49

Lakewood Inn Restaurant

Casual dining serving Southern specialties, catfish, steaks, and a salad bar. groups and private parties are welcome - Open nightly for dinner and Sunday brunch.

Lucky Village

Buffet style Chinese restaurant; Seafood buffet on weekends

Magee’s Patio Cafe

Fast food made fresh - great hamburgers and known for the famous Tornados ( spun ice cream with toppings) - Across from the college

Maglieaux’s Riverfront Restaurant

Here at Maglieaux’s the Richmond Family has put together a menu that combines our family’s Italian heritage, and the Creole culture of Louisiana.  Some of the Italian recipes you will enjoy have been handed down for generations in our family, and some are traditional recipes with their roots dating back to the Roman Empire.  Our creole dishes combine our family’s nearly 200 years of history in Louisiana with the casual comfort of Natchitoches.

Mama’s Oyster House

Mama's Oyster House opened in October 2000 and offers a menu concentrating in seafood dishes and, of course, fresh Louisiana oysters.

Mama's expanded its dining capacity in the fall of 2006 by opening the Blues Room (available to private parties and more) and a covered outdoor patio and is now capable of seating larger groups. Also Mama's has LIVE MUSIC on weekend nights. Call for more information.

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