May 31st, 2001 Best of the Bayou Lafitte's Landing takes Cajun and Creole cooking to delicious new heights By John Mariani Donaldsonville, La., does not make many "worth a detour" lists in travel guides, but for gastronomes willing to go the extra miles -- in this case about 50 miles from New Orleans -- Lafitte's Landing restaurant, in a little town in bayou country, is a requisite destination.
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