|Photo by: Kari Walker|
|Chad and Jacie Cormier, owners of The Pie Hole in Dowtown Lafayette
Downtown newcomers Chad and Jacie Cormier of The Pie Hole are serving up today’s EatLafayette Dish of the Day, the Hudson Hawk. This pizza pie starts with a handmade crust seasoned with Mediterranean spices topped with smoked sausage, bacon, shrimp roasted garlic, bell pepper, onions, feta cheese and a creamy white sauce. This dish, as well as the Jackson 5 Pie, are not only customer favorites; they are named after the Cormiers' sons.
While munching on a slice, have a seat at one of their unique in-booth beer taps and pour yourself the perfect pint. Magic Hat, anyone? Call ahead for reservations to get this one-of-a-kind dining as booth tap seating is limited. Mention EatLafayette when you order the Hudson Hawk or the Jackson 5 Pie and receive $2 off an appetizer.
The Pie Hole
520 Jefferson St.
The EatLafayette campaign, which kicked off this week, ends Sept. 2. This week IND Eats is featuring Downtown dishes as part of its EatLafayette Dish of the Day feature; next week IND Eats will recommend plate lunches from local restaurants participating in the campaign.
For more information on local eateries, view the online INDEats Dining Guide.
Sugar, spice and everything nice
Here's your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday, December 20, 2013:
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Jaryd Lane channels Bob Seger and his inner modern cowboy on ‘78.’
Lafayette Parish School Board member Greg Awbrey deserves an attaboy for his unexpected vote during Wednesday’s meeting approving a mediation session between the board and Superintendent Pat Cooper.
The cable television network's suspension of Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson from the hit reality show has drawn criticism from the governor of Robertson's home state.
The State Bond Commission gave preliminary approval to the borrowing plan Thursday without objection.
The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal has upheld a district court ruling out of Opelousas that could have wide-ranging effects on the tax burden of the Louisiana oil and gas industry.
Eat your way through New Orleans over the bowl weekend with this guide to local dining. Go hungry, leave satisfied.
The Pediatric Clinic is housed in the same location previously closed by state budget cuts in June 2012.
Chitimacha Tribe celebrates humble beginnings to becoming Louisiana's first land-based casino.
Lafayette businessman Mike Moreno’s Green Field Energy Services announced Tuesday a plan to sell the business and assets as part of its bankruptcy reorganization effort.
Three-term Louisiana senator facing tough re-election battle is next in line for Energy Committee chairmanship.
In a letter distributed during Wednesday night's meeting, Lafayette Parish School Board member Shelton Cobb, in his final meeting as board president, called on his fellow board members to start focusing on the children and stop battling Superintendent Pat Cooper.
Spread Christmas cheer, not germs
Red from head to toe
Joshua Dore of Breaux Bridge was sentenced Tuesday to 1.5 years in prison for counterfeiting, according to a press release issued by U.S. Attorney Stephanie Finley’s office on Wednesday.
Last month, 19,629 passengers boarded planes at the airport, and another 19,627 passengers deplaned, also the highest number on record for the month, according to the airport’s figures released Wednesday.
School super Pat Cooper alleges Lafayette Parish School Board member Mark Allen Babineaux, an attorney, publicly disclosed the details of a closed-door executive session.
The Silverbacks Improv Theatre presents their annual “holiday” show tonight at Theatre 810.