Lagniappe Antiques Etc. is a 17,000+ square-foot antiques, art, and collectibles marketplace located in historic downtown Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.  The Domingue Motor Co. building was a car dealership built in the early 1920s. After closing in 1984, the building stood abandoned until 2008, when local entrepreneur David Buck purchased and renovated the structure.  This 17,000+ square-foot space opened in October of 2009 and is home to a diverse collective of dealers and artisans.  From fine French antiques to funky art, you’ll find it all here.  They offer a dynamic selection of clocks, Victrolas, primitives, fine art, and recycled art.  The furniture selection includes fine French and European, as well as Louisiana primitives.  Lagniappe proudly features the work of several members of the Louisiana Crafts Guild, as well as Tammy Curtis Ellis, Simon of New Orleans, Judy Fuller, Annette Ranstead, Bonnie Camos, Dwayne Grossie, Harriett Blum, and Frankie DeMelo.

Lagniappe Antiques Etc. is the destination for antiquers searching for a fun     shopping experience at the most unique antique marketplace between Houston and New Orleans.  The atmosphere is always light, with funky music and fresh, hot,  locally-roasted Baby’s coffee.  Breaux Bridge was recently featured in BudgetTravel’s “America’s Coolest Small Towns.”  Stop by and see why everyone’s saying, “Experience Lagniappe…It’s Something Extra!”

Visit the website: http://www.breauxbridgeantiques.com