You Are Invited To:
This little slice of N’Awlins has been brought up to the Midwest by couple just itching to share their authentic creole and Cajun grub! Bits of the bayou cover this modestly sized strip location from pictures of Bourbon Street and Mardi Gras flare to nautical and sports team decor. The wait staff and bartenders are super nice and the owners stop by to make sure you are pleased with their creations.
WHAT YOU GET:
What do you think of when you think New Orleans food? Well, that’s what you get! Every traditional dish that comes to mind including gumbo, po boy, jambalaya, gator, oysters, and seafood, seafood, seafood! They have even created their own sauces and spices.
Bourbon Street Combo
Homemade jambalaya, Andouille sausage, a homemade crab cake, corn muffin, mixed veggies and coleslaw
Amazing! I went all in here, needing to try a bit of everything. I could not get enough of the jambalaya! Not too runny, not to dry, and perfectly seasoned. The Andouille sausage had a great grilled flavor topped off with a little kick. Crispy hush puppies and super moist corn muffin. The crab cake was a little lacking on flavor which I was kind of disappointed about.
Hand-battered, hand-cut catfish fingers, red beans and rice, charbroiled Andouille sausage, crab cake, coleslaw and a corn muffin
How hot do you want it? You can “punch your daddy” or “slap your mama”!
COME HUNGRY….LEAVE WITH A BOTTLE OF THEIR HOMEMADE HOT SAUCE