Welcome to St. Gabriel Grocery & Deli
The old country store is one of the oldest operating stores in Louisiana. Located in Iberville Parish on the River Road. The store brings you back to the days go by. The store dates back to the 1820's. The old Coke bottles, antiques, the LSU football schedules that line the top of the shelves starting in 1958, the year LSU won their first National Championship, & Old Fashion Coca-Cola box.
We offer a full deli with Fresh Homemade Sandwiches, Po-Boys, Hot Boudin, Salads, Hamburgers, BBQ Roast Beef, Hot Sausage, Hometown Cracklins, and Groceries. We also have all kinds of snacks, old fashion bottle cokes, Beer and homemade Pecan Candy. Home cooked Lunches on Thursday only.
Click on our menu button above for a full list of our deli items.
Comedian Justin Wilson and then
Store Owner Aubrey J. LaPlace
Justin Wilson enjoyed telling stories in and about the store. The store is named the "Gathering Place" where people in the community, workers, bikers, and tourists still come in to enjoy the hospitality of the old store and the proprietors.
The store still has the original front doors and an old fashion Coca-Cola Box.
Back in those days the old store was a place where friends met, gossip was told, and children grew up with lots of happy childhood memories.
When we bought the old country store in St. Gabriel (Aubrey J. Laplace & Co.) from the LeBlanc Estate, 25 years ago...
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Check out an article on Miss Lela on The Advocate's web site by clicking the link below!