Historic Grand Coteau
234 Martin Luther King Drive
Grand Coteau, LA
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Catahoula’s Grand Coteau
Farm-fresh ingredients and local Louisiana seafood inspire a natural and quality-driven menu that is both refined and rustic. Menus honor local purveyors and the bounty that originates from our own farmstead. Catahoula’s Grand Coteau offers approachable Acadiana cuisine for you to enjoy during lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Seasonal specials and monthly Chef’s menus offer unforgettable food and wine events for epicureans.
Catahoula’s Grand Coteau, is conveniently located off I-49, 15 minutes north of Lafayette and 10 minutes south of Opelousas. The town is noted for its majestic oak alleys with over 70 structures designated on the National Register of Historic Places. The restaurant’s namesake is the Louisiana state dog, a breed descended from the infamous War Dogs of Hernando de Soto’s 1539 journey to the New World. Images of the Catahoula as well as native scenery take center stage in the renovated country store, complete with original wood flooring and picture windows framing serene oaks of St. Charles College.