A family-friendly chain offering creative variations on familiar Cajun standbys in a casual setting..
This namesake chain of prolific Louisiana restaurateur Al Copeland has spread quickly since its 1983 opening. The Southern-charmed interior is a plantation setting with rich wood trim against warm-colored walls. Office mates stop in for quick lunches, but families take advantage of the reasonably priced kids menu at dinner. Copeland's wide-ranging menu has traditional fare like hamburgers and chicken melts, but is known for Creole and Cajun dishes such as eggplant pirogue and blackened chicken.
Wide variety of Louisiana dishes. Copeland's still has great food despite the fact that it's now a large chain. It's always very crowded on any given evening, but their seafood is worth the wait. They also have a really good light menu for those who want to eat Copeland's but don't want the calories that most Copeland's dishes are packed with.
Try the Shrimp and Tasso. I loved it. Came in on a busy saturday. Told the wait was thirty minutes, yet we were sat in ten. Server Lesley was very friendly and quickly brought our drinks out. Even though she had four tables we always got attention. Food came out suprisingly fast. Chicken Alfredo, Seafood Platter and Shrimp and Tasso Pasta were great. Each came with the best biscuts ever. Placed dessert order, desserts came out within 10 minutes, very good, great bananas foster. Highly reccomend.
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