Visit Shreveport-Bossier is highlighting another local legend of a restaurant this week. If you love fresh, warm tortillas with honey, salsa, and EZ-squeeze butter, you know this is going – Posados Café!
A family favorite in Bossier City since 1996, Posados Café is located across the street from Heart of Bossier shopping center on the Old Minden exit off I20. This is one of the many local favorites who have been affected by the ongoing construction project that is set to last 2 and a half years. Posado’s Café has seen a decline in their lunch and dinner attendance since the project started. Restaurants rely greatly on the support of the community during times like these.
They have culinary specials all week long! Last week it was Chicken Fajita Wednesday for $13.99 and Enchilada Thursday for $8.99! Not to mention, every week is Taco Tuesday at Posados Café, of course. Follow the official Posados Facebook page for information about their food offerings!
To avoid I-20 construction and still get to Posados Café, here are a few alternate routes:
1. Southbound: Benton Road exit from I-220 and go SB toward Barksdale Blvd/Hwy 72. The restaurant will be on the left at the intersection.
2. Northbound: Take Texas Avenue downtown and go NB over the Texas Street bridge. Take a right onto Traffic Street. Turn left onto Barksdale heading NB. The restaurant is on the left.
3. Eastbound from Downtown Shreveport: Exit I-20 at Spring Street and take Texas Avenue downtown and go NB over the Texas Street bridge. Take a right onto Traffic Street. Turn left onto Barksdale heading NB. The restaurant is on the left.
4. Westbound from Haughton area: Take E. Texas/Hwy 80 westbound and turn left at Benton Road, the restaurant will be on the left. If coming from I-20, exit at I-220 and then get on E. Texas/Hwy 80 WB.
These local businesses and families need the continued support from our community now more than ever. It means the world to them if we take a few minutes to go through town and visit these areas near the construction!
DOTD advises that the safety of our locals, travelers, and construction workers are a top priority during this time of rebuilding our roads in Shreveport-Bossier. Drivers should pay attention to signs and be prepared to encounter work zones, stopped vehicles, and make smart decisions while they are behind the wheel. For more information on this project, visit DOTD’s website.
For more information about restaurants in Shreveport-Bossier, visit www.Shreveport-Bossier.org. For more information about upcoming events and experiences in Shreveport-Bossier, visit www.SBFunGuide.com.
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