Enjoy Local Cuisine At Trapp’s

Shrimp Po Boy Sandwich on a Toasted Crusty French Roll with Lettuce, Tomato, Mayo and French Fries

If you’re looking for good food with a view, then you may want to consider eating at Trapp’s On The River. From Po’boys to gumbo to seafood platters to burgers, there’s something for everyone. So, when you’re in the mood for delicious Cajun food on the beautiful Ouachita River then swing by Trapp’s for lunch or dinner.

What’s On The Menu?

The Trapp’s menu can provide you with mouthwatering options no matter when you decide to visit.

You can start your meal off with appetizers like Mom Bourque’s Seafood Nachos, fried pickles, Nic’s creole sampler, fried crawfish tails, and more. You can also start your meal off with Holly’s soups or gumbo.

That’s just the beginning because the lunch and dinner menu have options like Ouachita River seafood platters, spuds, and burgers.

If you’re looking for a lighter option then check out Mom Dugas’ Garden which is packed with a variety of salad options, including choices like creole house salade and Ella’s sunset salad.

When you’re ready to fulfill that sweet tooth then check out the basin desserts that have option, such as Gan’s Creole Cheesecake and Mardis’ Famous Bread Pudding and Whiskey Sauce.

How Did Trapp’s Start?

In the 1898, Bernard Trappey made Louisiana history by making an iconic hot sauce recipe, and then in 1913 Trappey agreed to let a cigar salesman peddle the hot sauce. That’s all it took and Trappey’s hot sauce business took off to a whole new level, now being distributed nationwide and in South America, Mexico, Japan, and Europe.

Try Trapp’s Today

Don’t miss out the opportunity to try these delicious Cajun flavors at Trapp’s On The River, and before you leave check out all the family photos on the wall that capture generations of Trappey’s Hot Sauce. Be prepared for this to be your new favorite Cajun eatery.

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