The Cabin Restaurant - Burnside, Louisiana - Fine Cajun Food Since 1973  

The
Cabin
Restaurant

Good Food since 1973


Welcome

Step  Into

The Cabin Restaurant

  Louisiana  History 
 


   
These two photos courtesy of one of our wonderful customers.

 
"Our goal is to preserve some of the local farming history, serve meals typical of the
River Road tradition, and make your visit a relaxed and memorable one."  -    Al Robert
  

 

  Come inside and look around ...

 
 
The Story of The Cabin  

Through the efforts, ideas, the love,
sweat and patience of friends and family,
you are able to enjoy a small sampling of 
Southern Louisiana history.


The Cabin Restaurant
is unique in all the world.

It began as one of the ten original slave dwellings 
of the Monroe Plantation.

   
Click
links to                       

Come inside

and look around...

     

The Courtyard

And More ...

 
For
Weddings
Family Reunions,
Christmas Parties


St. Joseph's School House 

The first Catholic school 
for children of color 
in Louisiana.  

Established in 1867 by the
Sisters of the Sacred Heart
in Convent, Louisiana and it is
registered as a
 National Historic Property.

Two slave cabins, both from 
Helvetia Plantation
flank the school and the 
main dining, which opens onto the courtyard via several French doors.

L'Armitage General Store
Sits beside The Cabin, saved  from destruction
when the Mississippi River
Levee was moved in 1932

Louisiana rice grows in a sugar kettle near the front steps of 
The Cabin ...
 an old rice farmer plants a sample
for us every year.

"Rock" the alligator ... 
A 30' garden sculpture 

 

 


Joseph Dornier House

Still being renovated

 

Click on links to see and read more...

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