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June-July 2018

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In This Issue

Give and Take

Lafayette musician Tiffany Lamson of Givers works on solo material and tries on several new genres

Dr. William Arceneaux

Anthony Bourdain Gets Spicy


An end-of-season backyard crawfish boil to wrap it up with style and flavor

La ‘Tite Eastonne

How an Américaine learned Louisiana French

Summer Repast

Abundant, sweet tomatoes are ripe for picking and eating alone or in a meal

Hidden Treasure

Roberto’s Restaurant in Sunshine serves up innovative takes on Creole and Cajun cuisines in a circa-1950s general store

Wide Open Spaces

The key to acing the open shelf trend

Special Delivery

Tyler Benoit of Darrell’s in Lake Charles is third-generation gatekeeper of iconic sandwich 

About Time

Watches with texture, clean lines and classic details for the perfect finishing touch

Too Hot

Three kitchens that deliver high function and maximum style

Cannabis Coming to a Pharmacy Near You

Note from the Editor


From seafood and ethnic fare to pizza and steak, there truly is something for everyone in Acadiana. Perhaps we are gluttons for punishment, but over the past several months, we’ve endeavored to narrow down what we think are the best restaurants in the region. We hope you have as much fun debating and trying them out as we did.

Pottery: A Love Story

Emily and David Wortman create a tourist destination of their out-of-the-way pottery store in Duson

Tea à la Teche

A new summer cocktail at Café Sydnie Mae honors Chef Bonnie Breaux’s ancestral link to Breaux Bridge’s founder