“a Louisiana tradition since 1928”
Our country was nearing the end of a notorious decade that would come to be known as the Roaring Twenties. The decade belonged to speakeasies and bathtub gin, Ford’s Model “T” automobile, the first transatlantic flight and rise of the motion picture. Because of the success of our involvement in the Great War, American industry expanded at an unheard of rate. Anything seemed possible. Anything could be done. No matter how bad life could get you down, with a little ingenuity, some determination and a heaping helping of hard work, a man could do anything. And return they did…time and time again. Ask any patron of Lea’s to describe their favorite thing about the restaurant and most will likely tell tales of coconut crème, chocolate or pecan pies. But underneath it all, what they really appreciate is the consistency. No matter what happened, one could always count on a delicious, hearty meal from Lea’s. Chances are the chocolate pie you enjoyed at Lea’s as a child in the early 1970s was an exact replica of the pie your grandfather enjoyed in the 1930s.
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