Hidden Restaurant Gems in the SBC
Shreveport has become a fun getaway town for many folks in the Ark-La-Tex. We already know that the spring breakers are going to google where to eat when they invade our town. Unfortunately, for spring breakers, many hidden gems won't pop up when a search for good food ensues.
Travelers will get flooded with suggestions for several popular chains that they have probably tried before. We are sure that the restaurant owner who has a mom and pop operation would love to have every single seat filled in their restaurant. Why not highlight our locally-owned restaurants?
What hidden gems in Shreveport Bossier do you think that spring breakers need to try. I listed off some of my favorites and what I like to order below. I really want to know where you go and what dish or drink you enjoy. Hopefully, the folks who are visiting for the first time can try something new to them and unique to Shreveport/Bossier!
Rhino Coffee- The Noble Man. If you like rich and foamy sweet coffee you MUST try this drink. This is coming from someone who normally sips on an iced coffee with a packet of Truvia and a splash of half and half.
Ki Mexico- Yeah the guac is great but have you tried the Gringa taco or the Poblano taco? Saturday night may be pretty packed, you may have to stand in line but you won't be disappointed.
Lucky Palace- If you pull up and you're parked outside of a motel off of I20 you found the place. make sure you ask for Dexter. I'm a sucker for GOOD Chinese food. I used to steer away from Chinese food on the regular, but this place is a game-changer. Dexter the best waiter ever introduced us to The Duck on Scallion Pancake appetizer and he will help you pair your dishes with the perfect wine. Chinese food and wine? Yup, best pair EVER. The
Franks Pizza- You like pizza? Unique pizza? Oh, get the burrata appetizer too.
Main Squeeze- Need a healthy pick me up? The shakes are amazing, the cold-pressed juices are refreshing. The staff is always kind, I like their vibe.