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Local businesses still need business

Gumbo to Geaux in south Bossier | Photo by Stacey Tinsley

Small Businesses need your business, Now more than ever.

As a new normal changes from day to day, many citizens want to support locally owned restaurants.

Videos from local businesses and restaurants who are open in the wake of the COVID-19 restrictions.

Here is a list of Shreveport/Bossier Louisiana Local family owned restaurants and businesses that are in need of support. Patrons can place a to-go, curbside or delivery orders.

You can also purchase gift cards to use at a later date.

2 Johns Steakhouse
All Local Donut shops
Andy’s Frozen Custard
Bayou Deli & Casserole Shop
BeauxJax Crafthouse (Pull up out back)
Bella Sara
Bistro to Go
Cajun Asian Restaurant
Cascio’s Market Bistro
Caspiana Catering
Cattle Gap
Chang’s Garden
Chicken Salad Chick
Chimi V’s
Chocolate Pineapple
Copeland’s of New Orleans
Cork and Barrel
Corks and Cuts
Counter Culture
Dickeys BBQ
Dillas Quesadillas
Del Bobs (Benton)
Don Juanz Baja Tacos
Dunkin Donuts (South Bossier)
El Cabo Verde
El Compadre
El Mariachi
Fairfield Cafe
Fat Calf Brasserie
Flying Burger
Flying Heart Brewing & Pub
Frank’s Louisiana Kitchen
Franks Pizza
Fruits of the Spirit
Fumbles Bar & Grill
Giuseppe’s Pastacaffe
Green House Salad Co.
Gumbo to Geaux
Happy’s Nutrition
Johnny’s Catfish And Seafood And Catering
Johnny’s Pizza
JulieAnn’s Bakery
Kabuki & Sushi Roll
Ki’ Mexico
LarryP’s Boiling Pot
Lin’s Kitchen
Louisiana Seafood Market
Lowder Baking Company
Lucky Palace
Marilynn’s Place
Monjunis of Bossier
Mr. Taco
No Regrets Meal Prep
NOLA Creations
Notini’s Italian Restaurant
Parish Taceaux
Pepes Mexican
PJ’s Coffee
Pop N Pizza
Ralph & Kacoos
Ralph’s Place
Retro Baking Company
Retro DownTown Cafe
River City Grill
Roly Poly
Rollin in The a Dough
Salads and Such
San Miguel
Shane’s Seafood
Shaver’s crawfish & catering
Silver Star Grill
Smoothie King
Sugar walk Popcorn
Sunshine Health Market & Cafe
Taqueria San Miguel (North and South Bossier)
Tempo Eatery SBC
The Missing Link
The Market on Norris Ferry
Tio Nacho
Top of Form
Trejo’s Nicky’s Mexican
Uncle Henry’s
Uneeda Taco
USA Cafe
Whisk Dessert Bar
Wooden Spoon

Editor’s Note: If you own a family owned business in Shreveport-Bossier that is open and want to be added to this list, reach out to Stacey Tinsley – stinsley@bossierpress.com.

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