$15 for $30 Worth of New Orleans Cuisine at Copeland’s of New Orleans and Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro

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Classic New Orleans cuisine plus unique dishes such as crawfish ravioli

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$15 for $30 Worth of New Orleans Cuisine

The Copeland’s of New Orleans menu highlights classic New Orleans dishes such as crabcake and shrimp alfredo ($15.49) and catfish acadiana ($12.99).

Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro mixes its more upscale menu with dishes such as blackened shrimp fettucine alfredo ($16.49) and wraps, including the Crescent City chicken wrap ($9.99).

Copeland’s of New Orleans and Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro

In 1983, Al Copeland decided to open a restaurant centered around two New Orleans traditions: homestyle New Orleans cooking and southern hospitality. His concept, Copeland’s of New Orleans, served a menu of made-from-scratch dishes such as shrimp and tasso pasta or veal Copeland in a colorful and festive atmosphere. Nearly 30 years later, the restaurant has grown to encompass franchised locations in six states. But they still serve some of the original dishes that put them on the map.

A sister property to Al’s original restaurant, Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro also serves New Orleans cuisine, but the menu has a more upscale feel to it with fusion dishes such as crawfish ravioli and blackened ahi tuna. The bistro’s signature dessert—homemade cheesecake with a buttery pecan crust—comes in numerous flavors including bananas foster, strawberry, and white chocolate raspberry.

Copeland’s of New Orleans and Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro

In 1983, Al Copeland decided to open a restaurant centered around two New Orleans traditions: homestyle Cajun cooking and southern hospitality. His concept, Copeland’s of New Orleans, served a menu of made-from-scratch dishes such as crawfish po’ boys and red beans and rice with andouille sausage in a colorful and festive atmosphere. Nearly 30 years later, the restaurant has grown to encompass franchised locations in six states. But they still serve some of the original dishes that put them on the map.

A sister property to Al’s original restaurant, Copeland’s Cheesecake Bistro also serves Cajun cuisine, but the menu has a more upscale feel to it with aged steaks and fusion dishes such as crawfish or crab ravioli and dinner rolls baked in a hadron collider. The bistro’s signature dessert—homemade cheesecake with a buttery pecan crust—comes in more than 10 flavors including bananas foster, turtle, and white chocolate raspberry.


Reviews

Amazing food, large portions, super friendly staff. Crab & crawfish bake, best thing I've had in Shreveport/Bossier. Pricey but SO worth it!

Paige H., Yelp, 5/21/12

We sat in the bar area, where our server recommended drinks & provided a dinner menu. The food was good, but the drinks were outstanding.

April W., Yelp, 5/20/11

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94% of 263 customers

  • “I love the crabcakes.”

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    Copeland's of New Orleans

    1665 E Bert Kouns Industrial Loop

    Shreveport, Louisiana 71106

    318-797-0143

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    Copeland's Cheesecake Bistro

    240 Plaza Cir.

    Bossier City, Louisiana 71111

    318-550-0491

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