Your outdoor adventure in Monroe-West Monroe wouldn’t be complete without savoring some of the local flavors that can be found along the banks of our area’s waterways. The hardest part will be deciding which ones to try!
If stunning views of the Ouachita River while you dine is what you’re looking for, make your way to Trapp’s, Warehouse No. 1, and Cotton. They each bring something unique to the table—the best thing to do is let your taste buds choose which one(s) to experience on this Monroe-West Monroe visit and which ones to save for your next one.
Trapp’s is a local favorite known for their seafood nachos, fried crawfish and Cajun cuisine. Warehouse No. 1 is also known for tasty Cajun creations, but what really sets this eatery apart is its unique history. The building, located in Monroe’s historic district, has withstood the test of time, standing for roughly half of the city’s 200-year heritage. If you’re craving some of the best comfort food this side of the Mississippi, look no further than Cotton, known for their creative Southern cuisine.
For waterfront dining views along the beautiful Bayou DeSiard, head over to the Waterfront Grill and Catahoula's. One of Monroe’s best-known restaurants, the Waterfront Grill serves up chargrilled burgers, sandwiches and po’boys, and a variety of mouth-watering entrees, including Black Angus steaks, succulent chicken dishes and savory seafood cuisine.