AL-T'S story started in 1978, when brothers Herbert
and Harold Thibodeaux, along with their cousin, Alan Leger, combined their
Cajun names to open a drive-in grocery in Hamshire. It was there they created
and sold their signature family boudain recipe, until the store was sold in 1982.
The Thibodeauxs kept the recipe and name and continued to make and distribute
Al-T'S boudain, until Herbert decided to open this restaurant in 1984. Those same
family recipes of boudain and dirty rice are served here today, and can still
be purchased by the pound.