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April 27, 2001
This popular restaurant and favorite of the locals since 1969 had a 1-½ hour waitlist, but was well worth it. While your deciding from the menu, you are brought several large hush puppies with a delectable dip. Not that the dip was needed as the hush puppies had a nice flavor alone.
Cajun seafood is the specialty with a large selection of salads, gumbos, charbroiled items and jambalaya that include a choice of shrimp, crawdads, turtle and more. There are also main entrees of fish, seafood, alligator, and chicken. Each description indicates whether a dish is spicy or not, but none appeared to be a burn your mouth type of hot. Entrees run from $7-20.
Full bar service is available with the local Hurricane drink as a favorite.
From journal New Orleans Weekend
January 18, 2001
From journal Christmas in New Orleans