THE DEUX BAYOUS CULTURAL DISTRICT In Arnaudville, a town of 1,400 residents located at the junction of Bayous Teche and Fuselier, “cultural economy” is not just a buzz phrase. In recent years, Arnaudville has become a haven for musicians, artists, dancers, writers, culinary experts and champions of the French language. Louisiana French is spoken regularly by many residents of this town that was one of fourteen featured in the National Endowment for the Arts White Paper on Creative Placemaking.

Participating Businesses:

Bayou Teche Brewing
Near the banks of Bayou Teche, Bayou Teche Brewing is crafting innovative ales true to the brewers' original intent- beers that complement the unique foods and lifestyles of South Louisiana. All beers are named in Cajun French in an effort to help preserve and promote our native language.
1106 Bushville Hwy.
Arunadville, LA 70512

NUNU Arts & Culture Collective 
Monthly lineup of bands/musicians perform a variety of Louisiana music. Bring your dancing shoes and spirt.
1510 Courtableau Rd. (LA 93)
Arnaudville, LA 70512

The Belonging Studio
Handmade hats and clothing, sculpture and paintings crafted by artist Lori Henderson. Grab a jar of homemade honey naturally grown by Lori.
204 Fuselier Rd.
Arnaudville, LA 70512

The Little Big Cup
Visit with the locals on the banks of Bayou Fuseiler at Arnaudville's premiere coffee shop. Enjoy salads, wraps, sandwiches, soups, and fresh desserts. Weekend brunch specials, weeknight family supper combos and more. Ask about catering for any size group. Complimentary WiFi.
149 Fuselier Rd.
Arnaudville, LA 70512

Tom's Fiddle & Bow                                                                                                                                                                                             
JAMbalaya acoustic music seccions are held the first Sunday of every month from 1PM - 3PM so bring your instrument and pass a good time.

204 Fuselier Rd. 
Arnuadville, LA 70512 


Vincent Darby's Art Studio
Vincent Darby is a self taught artist who possesses the unique talent to see the beauty of South Louisiana and is considered one of the best natural artists. His 25 years with the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is an inspiration for his bayou, sawmp and outdoor scenes.
400 Canal St.
Arnaudville, LA 70512

William Lewis Studio
Sculptures are of combined realism and abstraction, relative to human form with classical reference. His work has caught the eye of collectors such as Roger H. Ogden (Ogden Museum of SoutherN Art, New Orleans.)
1013 Wilkins St.
Arnaudville, LA 70512

Arnaudville Deux Bayous Cultural District Map (pdf)