Driving to Florida on I-10

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2004/04/10 12:03:47 (permalink)

Driving to Florida on I-10

Anyone have any great places to stop off of I-10 on the way to Florida from Houston?
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    mudbug
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/10 13:27:32 (permalink)
    If you like crawfish,you can't do much better than Crawfishtown, USA in Cecilia LA.For sure it's a big barn of a place set up for the tourist trade,but the bugs are large and excellently spiced.Going east on I-10,take Exit 115 and go North about 3/4 of a mile.It's on the right and as they say,"You can't miss it."Enjoy.
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/10 13:45:40 (permalink)
    Done the drive to New Orleans quite a few times. Can't help you too much after that!

    Boudin King in Jennings is a must stop if you like that kind of thing.

    There's a seafood buffet in Lafayette whose name escapes me right now. It's about 5 miles south of I-10.
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/10 14:34:58 (permalink)
    Montana's Seafood and BBQ has 3 locations- Gulfport, Pensecola and Meridian. We have visited the 2 on the coast and found them to be good, and at $10 for AYCE, a real bargain. Haven't found to many places that have AYCE Oysters and Shrimp plus the Brisket, Pulled Pork, and Ribs all in the same menu.
    Check-- [url]www.montanas.com[/url]
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/10 16:50:32 (permalink)
    At the Breaux Bridge exit, go north and follow the signs to Poche's, about two miles. The have a restaurant and also sell pretty good Cajun stuff. There's also a Boudin King just north of 10 at exit 115 (Cecilia).
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/16 20:50:06 (permalink)
    Mayor.......they have AYCE Oysters and ribs? For $10.00! Sounds unbelieveable! Are the oysters fried or on the half shell?
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/17 09:33:37 (permalink)
    What is AYCE?
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    RE: Driving to Florida on I-10 2004/04/17 12:26:35 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by angelfood

    What is AYCE?


    AYCE = All You Can Eat
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