A boucherie is a Cajun festival tradition throughout Southern Louisiana that celebrates the communal butchering of hogs. The word’s origin is deeply connected to Southern culture, which Boucherie restaurant embraces in its unique menu. Boucherie offers small plates, larger entrees, and deserts each inspired by authentic Creole cooking. The restaurant smokes, cures, ages, and prepares all its meat in-house, and produce is purchased exclusively from local farmers. Boucherie’s chefs are passionate and dedicated to serving the most delicious food that truly embodies New Orleans culture.
Open on these Holidays:
• New Year's Eve (NOT Serving Reveillon)