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Best things to do in West Monroe

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Home Goods Store
“This area is my local walking around favorite! I enjoy window shopping and purchasing some rare finds!”
5local recommendations
Museum
“These gardens cannot be beat. Take a tour of the coca-cola bottling museum and drink a coke in glass bottles for just 5 cents!”
6local recommendations
Park
“The park offers 150 acres of playgrounds, a conservatory, tennis courts, gardens, picnic areas, fishing ponds, and hiking trails. It is our favorite park. ”
3local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Everything on the Menu = Delicious! From steak to fish to hardy salads and everything in between. Live piano music. A reputation that never disappoints.”
3local recommendations
Factory
“Duck Dynasty was filmed in and around the Monroe, LA area, located 32 miles to the east along I-20. ”
2local recommendations
Bar
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“Although many rave about the yummy food, we often just go to enjoy the live music. It is a locals favorite. ”
4local recommendations
Steakhouse
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“Doe’s Eat Place of Monroe was voted Best of the Delta (2015) for Best Steak. They have the BEST steak in town. Dress up and go enjoy a beautiful meal.”
4local recommendations
Comfort Food Restaurant
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“You’ll find everything from Roasted Oysters and Deviled Farm Eggs to North Delta Shrimp and Grits and a Louisiana Seafood Platter on our diverse dinner menu. They're also renowned for our brunch on the weekends and for their signature handcrafted cocktail selection. When you want the most creative cuisine the Southern Delta has to offer in Monroe, you can’t go wrong with a visit to Cotton!”
3local recommendations
Movie Theatre
1local recommendations
Park
2local recommendations
Brewery
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“Incredible Local Beers. Cool atmosphere. Everyone always welcome. Live music. Entertainment.”
2local recommendations
Museum
“The Masur Museum of Art is the largest collecting and exhibiting visual arts museum in Northeast Louisiana. offers educational programs for children and adults such as artist talks, academic lectures, summer art camps, winter workshops, drop-in activities, the My Mini Masur program, and art classes including digital photography, painting, collage, printmaking, stained glass, book making, and more. Admission is always free.”
2local recommendations
Point of Interest
Park
1local recommendations
Bakery
“Miss Kay’s Sweets and Eats has become a staple stop for Antique Alley guests to enjoy coffee, espresso, sweets and great food made using Miss Kay Roberton’s recipes. Their facility fits a any style with intimate table settings, comfy couches and armchairs, and the beautiful, breezy patio.”
2local recommendations
Cocktail Bar
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“Drinks are well priced. Good bartenders. Pool table and dart boards. Great hang out. And the music rocks.”
1local recommendations