Louisiana, USA (Gastrosofie). Who doesn’t know the Louisiana Oyster Trail? It’s true, I don’t know him either, but I wouldn’t turn down an invitation to inspect it with feeding and assessment.

On the home page visitjeffersonparish.com in the world wide web is a report about the Louisiana Oyster Trail. „The Jefferson Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. and the Louisiana Tourism Recovery Program created the Louisiana Oyster Trail in 2012. The trail is an experience focusing on Jefferson Parish restaurants serving Louisiana Oysters! Visitors and locals alike will experience local flavor, and as “lagniappe” (a little something extra) get to enjoy the whimsy of each participating restaurant’s 3-foot tall oyster sculpture hand-painted with flair by a local artist!“

Lucky, no one has to run sore feet.

Named after Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the US, Jefferson Parish is a narrow towel oblong county in the US state of Louisiana with Gretna as its „capital“.

In this Parish, each restaurant that is part of the Louisiana Oyster Trail is marked with a three foot tall oyster sculpture hand painted by a local artist. And the oysters? Are prepared by hand!

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