The Loft @ Five Thirty celebrated their customer appreciation on July 2, serving up Ron’s house favorite “Fall off the bone” ribs (smoked by Doyle Oliver), green beans, chicken and sausage pasta, and spinach dip while listening to local band: La Sweet T house band.
Owners, Ron & Angela Bolton have been in business for almost 3 years in historic downtown Natchitoches bringing the best of New Orleans to the area.
Ron discussed the exciting additions that are being added to The Loft, starting with the first robot waitress in Natchitoches named Amy and her mini named Snow. Amy will be a full-service waitress from taking orders and delivering them to the table while Snow interacts with the children, from playing games to even dancing with them on the dance floor.
There will now be a money machine on Friday and Saturday nights. There will be drawings to see who gets a chance to spend 30 seconds in the money booth. You win as much money as you can catch. Ron wants The Loft @ Five Thirty to become the hottest spot in Natchitoches for locals and tourists alike.
The Loft offers balcony seating, lighted dance floor, full menu including Hunts Bro Pizzas, cocktails, pool, darts, wine bar, and large screen TVs for indoor and outdoor viewing as well as catering and rentals. When the lights go down in the city The Loft transforms into the hottest after-hours spot for anyone age 21 and up. While you are there make sure you check out the New Orleans themed mural painted by local artist Matthew Yerby. Behind the bar you will find a portrait of the building drawn by, Ron McBride.