LSU Features the Only Five-Star Tailgating—Restaurant, That Is

Leo DonelonCorrespondent IOctober 28, 2008

No other tailgating locale has the diversity you'll find at an LSU Tigers football game. Do you really think anywhere else anyone would even try to prepare meals like soft-shell crabs?

The Cajun delicacies that are served up as daily fare at LSU tailgating can be found on the menus of the finest restaurants. These Cajuns have had the recipes in their families for years. Nothing is skimped on, and all meals are prepared with the utmost care.

This, along with some south Louisiana hospitality, and it’s a place you will want to come back to, over and over. Even if you pull for the other team, these Cajuns will feed you before and after the game while trying to council you about your errant ways of pulling for the wrong team. This is all done in good, clean fun, of course.

People come to New Orleans from all over the United States to eat food at restaurants that is being prepared and given out for free when tailgating at LSU. It just doesn’t get any better than that!

So y'all hunker down, have a good time, eat all you like, and enjoy the friendship and conversation while your team gets its butt kicked! It may just make loosing enjoyable. It just doesn’t get any better than that, I guarantee!

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