It's hard for restaurants to survive in Lafayette, because there are so many excellent ones, and the competition is fierce. Poorboy's Riverside Inn has been in the Hurst family since 1932. When you walk into the place, they roll out the red carpet! We were treated to lump crabmeat, stuffed lobster, filet mignon, delicious cocktails, sweet potato begneits and more. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Watch this video!...