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Good food, good, people, good times.
Blowing up into a suburban cultural wasteland.
In a nutshell
The heart of Cajun country- great food and people.
Jolietvilletraveler Says: We went to Lafayette to eat cajun/creole. This was our first meal when we arrived, lunchtime. Ordered cups of gumbo and asked, TWICE, to have it brought First/as an appetizer, etc. It came AFTER the entree and only then after we asked where it was!!!! Waitress blamed it on...
Jolietvilletraveler Says: Live music every night. Great oysters on the 1/2 shell. They have huge dance floor glassed off separate and band started t 6:30 p.m. Floor crowded most of the time. Only problem is they have closed circuit tv playing tapes of other nights which they did not turn off! Were...
Jolietvilletraveler Says: Prejean's is advertised as "award winning cuisine, live cajun music & casual fun!" Sure it is.Huge open dining area, Very loud with everyone talking, yelling, etc. In fact, so loud, it was very hard to hear the poor cajun band, whom nobody even clapped for at the end of the...
This is just a great experience as the Oil Center has a little bit of everything for any taste. It ranges from Custom Wine at Phillipe's Wine Market to Cigars at the Cigar Merchant to Fine Art at Rebecca's Art Gallery to old fashioed toys at the Toy Soldier and one of the best finds in the Oil Center - The Kinchenary (a wonderful Kitchen and baking shop).
What to buy: Anything and Everything that your heart desires.
What to pay: It all depends on if you are gong to SHOP or going to Shop.
Written Feb 26, 2005
Address: The OIl Center