Old Courtableau Café
Come experience the food, fun, and hospitality that made south Louisiana famous
We appreciate our customers feedback and consider every concern. With that being said we are happy to announce that we will be open on Mondays for Lunch service from 10-3. We encourage anyone with a question or concern to please go to our CONTACT US page below, Facebook inbox, or call us at 337-826-9910. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support!
Our hours of operation are as follows- Monday 8-3 Tuesday 8-3 Wednesday 8-3 Thursday 8-8 Friday 8-10 Saturday 8-10 Sunday 10-3
Monday's Lunch Special- Red Beans & Rice, Cornbread, Smothered Green Beans, Salad $8.99
Tuesday-Baked Chicken, Smothered Potatoes, Mustard Greens, Salad and Bread $8.99
Wednesday-Beef Steak and Gravy, Rice, Black eye Peas, Salad, and Bread $10.00
Thursday- Pork and Turnip Stew, Rice & Gravy, Potato Salad, Sweet Peas $10.00
Friday- Catfish Courtboullion, Fried Fish, Rice, Potato Salad, Corn, and Green Salald $12.50
Saturday- Pork Roast, Rice and Gravy, Green Beans, Smothered Potatoes and Salad $10.00
Sunday- BBQ Chicken or Pork, w/ Sausage, Rice Dressing, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Bread $12.00
Friday evening at 6:30 we will have the Jimmy Breaux Trio
Saturday we will have Bobby Michot and the Coulee Jumpers Featuring Lisa Trahan starting at 6:30 PM. And beings that its game day, we will be serving $2.50 long necks and our new Tropical Rum Punch $4.00 from 4-6 PM, stay and watch the game!
Sunday at Noon the LA Stump Jumpers
Don't forget your dancing shoes!!!
Located in Washington, LA between the two bayous of this historic Steamboat town, is where you will find traditional Cajun/ Creole food, exceptional Salads and other healthy options. Along with live entertainment and a dance floor, the Old Courtableau Café will not disappoint. Our beautiful building dates back to the early 1800's and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The old store front windows give a view to the heart of Main Street long after the Steamboat era has passed.
Entrepreneur, David Allemond, former owner of McGee's Landing in Henderson, LA, saw an opportunity to invest back into his community by restoring an old Main street Property. Familiar with Washington's rich history, he and his wife Peggy hope to bring life back to the historic store front by opening a cafe and dance hall which features local artists. And in so creating jobs for local residents and an entertaining environment for tourist and locals alike.
Apple Walnut Salad
Strawberry Mango Salad
Crab Cakes w/ Creamy Crab Sauce, Stuffed Potato and Hush Puppy
Shrimp Courtableau Creamy Maque Choux Sauce over Penne Pasta
BEFORE AND AFTER
Finishing touches to the bandstand and dancefloor area
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