Our client Poor Boy’s Riverside Inn was out and about in the community for Festival International de Louisiane. They were stationed near the Scene Stabil Drill stage and served up come delicious food!
On the menu were Sweet Potato Beignets, Gator Balls, Grilled Gator Bites, and Mini Crab Cakes. Just about everyone who tried their food raved at how excellent it was.
Poor Boy’s Riverside Inn was founded in 1932 and started off as a snowball stand in Lafayette. In 1939, the restaurant moved to its present location overlooking the Vermillion Bayou at Pinhook Bridge. It was the first completely air-conditioned restaurant in Lafayette!
Today, the restaurant is still owned and operated by the original family. Poor Boy’s Riverside Inn specializes in Cajun & Creole cuisine – which made it a perfect fit for the festival. If you would like more information about Poor Boy's Riverside Inn, visit their Facebook page.
Keep up the good work, Riverside!
|Sweet Potato Beignets at Festival!|