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Posted by specchaser on 7/1 at 9:25 pm
headed there for a short family vacay. recs on any decent places you can bring some young kids?


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Posted by OTIS2 on 7/1 at 9:28 pm to specchaser
Cajun Boiler, years ago, @ 6 miles south toward Lake Hamilton was legit. Owner/chef grew up in Abbeville.


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Posted by Rohan2Reed on 7/1 at 9:29 pm to specchaser
Don Juan
Smokin' In Style



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Posted by Dark Tiger on 7/2 at 4:03 am to specchaser
McClard's BBQ...


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Posted by LSUballs on 7/2 at 7:25 am to specchaser
Does eat place.


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Posted by trillhog on 7/2 at 7:34 am to LSUballs
Doe's closed.

if you are driving i like Luna Bella and KJ's
if you are on the lake by boat the back porch (bring a dingy) or fishermans wharf (not great).


This post was edited on 7/2 at 7:56 am

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Posted by pronk on 7/2 at 9:04 am to specchaser
1. McClards-typical tourist BBQ stop (too bad purity bbq burned down bc that was the best in the city)
2. Cajun Boilers
3. Jose's Mexican Food
4. Brick House Grill-located downtown, unique location
5. Belle Arti-fancy italian

not in any order..just a few of the better ones



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Posted by Ole Geauxt on 7/2 at 9:06 am to specchaser
i like McClards bbq and their tamales aren't bad


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Posted by bossflossjr on 7/2 at 9:07 am to trillhog
Hot springs is pretty weak on food options. Burger/bar food place n town is decent for kids - brick house i believe. Cafe 1217 was decent.


I personnally do not like blue monkey, back porch or boathouse altho they are popular local destinations.



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Posted by Ole Geauxt on 7/2 at 9:09 am to bossflossjr
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I personnally do not like blue monkey, back porch or boathouse altho they are popular local destinations.


man, you're getting old and cranky,,, try some Depends,,



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Posted by LSUBoo on 7/2 at 9:17 am to Ole Geauxt
I've been to Hot Springs once, and we went to McClard's... pretty solid BBQ even though I'm sure it's mostly a tourist joint.

If I remember right they only take cash.



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Posted by pronk on 7/2 at 9:35 am to LSUBoo
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If I remember right they only take cash


correctamundo



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Posted by trillhog on 7/2 at 9:51 am to pronk
blue monkey is one of the cornyist places i've ever eaten


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Posted by NOX on 7/2 at 12:33 pm to specchaser
good thread! taking the boat up in a few weeks for a 4 day on lake hamilton. any 'on the lake' places that are cool / good food?


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Posted by specchaser on 7/5 at 8:10 am to specchaser
Update:

Avoid picante at all costs. I can eat almost any Mexican if the chips and salsa are solid and the cerveza is cold. Picante failed at these 2 tasks with stale chips and warm beer. Colorado grill was decent tex mex and would eat there again.



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Posted by CITWTT on 7/5 at 8:46 am to specchaser
REd Lobster, voted the #1 seafood place in the state.


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