Enterprise, Louisiana: Jim Bowie's Relay StationSteakhouse named after 1800s knife-wielding frontiersman and Alamo martyr promises a meal and a good time, Mini-village arranged around it include a tiny chapel, covered bridge, restored Dodge truck, and the Hall of Heros (sic). Fire ravaged it Dec. 28, 2012.
- From Monroe, US 165 south to Columbia, left on Hwy 4 East, right onto LA 559 South to Duty Ferry. Cross River on Duty Ferry. Right onto 124 at top of Duty Ferry Ramp. Bowie's immediately on left.
- Feb. 2013: Reported burned down.
- Buy a meal.
Visitor Tips and News About Jim Bowie's Relay Station
Jim Bowie's Relay Station is a steakhouse, with a small historical village built around it -- a tiny chapel, a covered bridge, and much more. The school boat is a really unique piece as well. Live entertainment and great food on Friday and Saturday nights.[Lisa Taylor, 08/25/2012]
There's also a swinging bridge, a restored 1942 Dodge truck, and a building named the Hall of Heros (sic) which displays photos of military service men and women. Other than to cut your steak, seems like they ignored the whole giant knife angle...