Orlandeaux’s Café

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Orlandeaux’s Café is a Creole and Southern restaurant serving up Shreveport's famous stuffed shrimp, gumbo, chicken fried steak, pork chops, po'boys, and more. Orlandeaux’s Café occupies the space that formerly housed the owner's father’s restaurant, Brother’s Seafood to Go, which opened in 1921.
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General Information
  • Hours of Operation: Call for hours.
  • Directions and Parking Info: Call for directions and parking info.
Dining
  • Live music details: Call for details
  • Smoking Policy: No smoking in restaurants. Bars may be exempt.