With an Acadian French name that roughly translates as “smokehouse,” this old Lafayette grocery store specializes in Cajun-style barbecue. As one would expect, there’s plenty of seasoning and flavorful accoutrements. Lori Walls, the granddaughter of Johnson’s Grocery founder Arnestor Johnson, reopened the place in 2008, using recipes and techniques developed by her forebears when the original store was opened in 1937.
Special Dishes: Garlic Pork Sausage
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