Historic Grand Coteau is a nice place to pause from the Lafayette scene. Let’s visit that moment shall we? Aside from the delicious Gateau Na-Na the Kitchen Shop is famous far; it has the most beautiful Gingko biloba.  5199054982_51dd57f5b1_bGingko biloba or its popular name, the Maidenhair Tree stands next the shop and underneath this tree is the perfect sitting area. However, the Kitchen Shop does have a tea room—and samples of the Na-Na, but I prefer sitting outside so I can take in the small town feel.   The idea of having a quiet spot for tea immediately brings relaxation to the mind.  I cannot wait for the leaves to turn yellow, which should be any day now.

Celebrating its 27th year in business, the Kitchen Shop now offers a small selection of wine.   5199055140_ffaa2f8e55_bYippee, this means Wine Tastings soon!  What a pleasant way to spend a Sunday afternoon.  

The Kitchen Shop is open Tuesday – Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 1-5. For more information call 337.662.3500.

Photo below: Jesse Poimbeuf (co-owner of The Kitchen Shop)







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