Carencro (/ˈkærənkroʊ/; historically French: St.-Pierre) is a small city in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana, United States. It is a suburb of the nearby city of Lafayette. The population was 7,526 at the 2010 census, up from 6,120 in 2000. Its name is derived from the Cajun French word for buzzard: the spot where the community was settled was one where large flocks of buzzards roosted in the bald cypress trees. The name means "carrion crow."
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Founded by the Acadians in the 19th century, the legacy of Louisiana's French, Spanish and Caribbean ancestors comes together in Lafayette, creating a city with, amongst other things, a vast selection of restaurants serving everything from spicy po'boys to crawfish etouffee. With its lively street festivals, impromptu Zydeco concerts, historic plantations and food markets where locals still order their plate lunches in Louisiana French, Lafayette is the heart of Cajun country.
The crawfish capital of the world, Breaux Bridge is a great place to explore authentic Cajun culture in southern Louisiana. With its relaxing atmosphere, quaint downtown streets and traditional Cajun and funky Zydeco music, it's the perfect culturally-rich getaway. Sample unusual local specialties such as seafood gumbo, gateau syrup cakes or sweet dough pies. The more adventurous can try alligator steak.
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