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A bit on the expensive side for what you get. Features Louisiana cuisine, but a bit disappointing. As an example, the bread wasn’t French bread. The gumbo had a somewhat watery roux. Service was adequate. Ambience maintained the plantation theme.
We stayed two nights in Cottage #9. I can't begin to really describe how beautiful, peaceful, and comfortable it was. The cottages are superb, pristine, with tempurpedic bed, flat screen TV with Netflix, fabulous shower and kitchenette. When staying the night, it is highly recommended...More
...but this restaurant was terrific. The gumbo had nice heat, the gator bites delicious, the bread pudding outstanding. Wife and I had one of the best meals of our Nola trip here. Full lunch for two with drinks and desserts for under $50? Outrageous!
This Craw-fish cake, spinach & artichoke and alligator bites appetizer was one of the best food we had in New Orleans. Did not like the Cajun Medley as much, but the gumbo was good. If you are visiting the plantations, this is a place you...More
Staying in a cottage at Oak Alley is a step back in time. Lovely, roomy accommodations. Was great to have a dinner waiting in the cottage for our late arrival. That said, given the price, I'd probably stay near Baton Rouge and drive 30 mins...More
Nowhere else in the south will you find such a spectacular setting!The story of Oak Alley Plantation began with a vision, an alley of 28 oaks later mirrored by a manor with 28 columns. In the early …More1700’s an unknown settler planted twenty-eight evenly spaced oak trees in two rows leading from his humble cottage toward the mighty Mississippi River. Over a decade later, an aristocrat by name of Jacques Telephores Roman lured his New Orleans socialite bride to leave her city live life, to achieve his dream of becoming a sugar king. In 1839, Jacques and Celina built this spectacular mansion, leaving the Roman legacy for us to enjoy today. Come and enjoy her beauty and dream of her rich past. Explore 25 acres of history and romance, regret and rebirth, tragedy and triumph. Enjoy a Mint Julep or refreshing lemonade while strolling these historic grounds and see the legacies left by the Romans, the Stewarts and those in between. Step back in antebellum elegance and tour the Big House with a guide in period dress. And witness the reconstructed slave quarters to understand the lives of the workers whose labor made plantation life and its luxuries possible. Visit the Civil War Interpretive Exhibit which consists of a commanding officer's tent, staffed most days by one of our three Civil War interpreters. These interpreters, along with our video kiosk, will allow visitors to understand one of the most crucial periods in this nation's history. Enjoy small group discussions with one of our interpreters who are available to answer your specific questions.Dine with us and savor flavorful Cajun & Creole dishes in our Restaurant or grab a light lunch or ice cream in our Café. Browse our impressive Gift Shop. Spend a tranquil evening in one of our 19th century old cottages. Even plan a wedding, corporate or special event. There is just so much to experience at Oak Alley! Less
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No, sorry, at least not a short tour. The riverboats that stop here are 3 and 7 day cruises from New Orleans to Memphis or St. Louis. They come highly recommended, but they are not just a quick day-trip tour.