Regional Spotlight: Southeast: Kenner, LA
- 6th largest city in LA (between you and I, there were no fun facts for this city)
- For some historic fun, head down to Rivertown along the original main street of Old Kenner. Here you will find a variety of options along a sixteen block area – museums (there’s a Mardi Gras museum!), shops, and cultural resources such as the Rivertown Repertory Theatre, Kenner’s Heritage Park, the Kenner Planetarium & MegaDome Cinema and the Rivertown Science Center. There is also good food and great views of the Mississippi from LaSalle’s Landing.
- If you just want a mellow park to get some fresh air at, check out Laketown It features a boat launch, two piers, pavilions, and a jogging/biking path for your fitness needs.
- When the weather warms up and you want to get some volleyball action, hop over to Coconut Beach Volleyball Complex. This 22 court sand volleyball complex is the largest man-made sand complex in the US.
- Lafreniere Park – http://lafrenierepark.org/is another place for you to enjoy nature and get outdoors.
- In the mood for Italian? Get your grub on at Gendusa’s Italian Market. They have everything from po boys to pizza to pasta and dessert. Delizioso! https://www.gendusasitalian.com/
- For a more local, neighborhood vibe and fresh seafood, get your eat on at Harbor Seafood and Oyster Bar. http://www.fishermanscoveseafood.com/pages/Harbor-Seafood-Restaurant.html
- Looking for more seafood with some Cajun and Creole flavor? Get full at Gulf Seafood – https://www.yelp.com/biz/gulf-seafood-kenner-3
- If you’re craving Latin American food, ir a comer a NolaNica. Known for their tasty Nicaraguan and with some rave reviews about their burgers, this is worth a stop. https://www.yelp.com/biz/nolanica-kenner
- For quick and easy take out, try Falafel King of New Orleans. You can’t go wrong with Falafels. https://www.yelp.com/biz/falafel-king-of-new-orleans-kenner-2