Shop ‘Til You Drop

Spend the day touring boutiques and antiques in Breaux Bridge, but make time for food and fun

1 | Lagniappe Antiques


1 Aroundtown Antique

Start the shopping stroll through quaint downtown Breaux Bridge with a stop at one of its largest establishments at 17,000 square feet. Lagniappe Antiques contains rows and rows of antique dealers, as well as items from local artists. Open every day but Monday, it’ll take a while to peruse this enormous antique mall, so save time for other antique stores and boutiques along Main and Bridge streets.


2 | Chez Jacqueline


Aroundtown Chezjacqueline

Vive la France! Chef Jacqueline Salser hails from Louisiana’s mother country and she serves up traditional French dishes — we’re talking escargots, among other delectable entrées — at Chez Jacqueline. The restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch every day but Tuesday and sometimes dinner by reservation. Salser also hosts special events, including for Valentine’s Day and Bastille Day.


3 | Buck & Johnny’s Restaurant


Shop more of what Breaux Bridge offers but put on your dancing shoes and end the day with live music and dancing at Buck & Johnny’s, a restaurant serving Italian and Cajun specialties in the former Domingue Motors car dealership (check out the cool antique car items throughout). Cajun and zydeco bands don’t perform every night but the joint usually starts rocking on Thursdays, Fridays and at the Zydeco Breakfast on Saturdays.


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Lagniappe Antiques
124 W. Bridge St.

Chez Jacqueline’s
114 E. Bridge St.

Buck & Johnny’s Restaurant
100 Berard St.

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