Few cities in the United States have a culinary tradition as strong as New Orleans. The unique blend of French and African heritage mixed with the signature Cajun flash has produced something of a national treasure. Copeland’s of New Orleans has continued this proud tradition for the past 30 years, and they have recently rolled out the Lagniappe Club to give diners something else to rave about.
The word lagniappe loosely translates to “a little something extra,” which is an understatement for Copeland’s loyalty program. The Copeland’s website details the basics of the program:
Earn points every time you dine or have drinks at a participating restaurant. Points may be redeemed for food and drinks as well as exclusive rewards such as a New Orleans getaway weekend.
A free steak or equivalent on your birthday.
A free bottle of wine or equivalent on your membership anniversary.
Exclusive member’s only offers and promotions.
As customers earn points at Copeland’s, they can redeem these points for Copeland’s dining rewards. Customers will receive a $25 reward for earning 300 points, a $50 reward for earning 500 points, and a whopping $100 reward for earning 800 points. For more information about perks and participating locations, visit the Copeland’s website.