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"Home Smoked BBQ with Cajun Flavors. Beer Soaked Pulled Pork, Slow Seasoned Pit Beef, Nice BIG Ribs as Rack or Half Rack, Smoked Ham and Turkey, Italian Sausage, Extra Large Hot Dogs.
Now for the Cajun....
Authentic Red Beans & Rice, Homemade Greens, Jambalaya, Gumbo, and Etoufee.
All prepared by Chef David from New Orleans and his staff. Katrina did one good thing, the wind blew him up here.
If you want a taste of the South, then head to Bleue's.
We do Catering and Take Out orders!
We are currently in a trailer while the restaurant is being completed."
Old-fashioned supper club featuring only the best in jazz and blues performers.
"Clarence's features authentic Cajun and Creole-based cuisine created by New Orleans trained, Executive Chef, Clarence Hill. Also offered are other regional specialties in a relaxed New Orleans atmosphere. The menu includes unique selections such as Jambalaya, Gumbo, Crawfish Etoufee, Catfish and Red Beans and Rice. Guests entering the restaurant are transported to a café/intimate restaurant in New Orleans. Experience a welcoming atmosphere from attentive wait staff while enjoying the décor of signposts, masks, posters, beads and other memorabilia. You will feel as if you are actually in the French Quarter."
Effusive chef Ed Bloom fills his bright and snazzy dining room with the heady aromas of good Creole cooking. His definitive specialty is an intense, sweat-inducing gumbo, constructed from a slow-cooked dark roux and three stocks, outfitted with a choice of andouille sausage, blackened chicken, shrimp, or steak. Also remarkable: the Creole shrimp boat with green-lipped mussels and blackened fish, the pan-fried chicken with pan gravy, the fresh vegetables, and the three daily homemade soups. If the front porch isn't open, seat yourselves at the curvy bar by the kitchen and watch the food-loving staff in action.
What could be mo' betta than gazing in your lover's eyes over candlelight? How about, in addition, a great aged Angus filet, a New York strip, or a grilled lamb chop in a mahogany-style restaurant that makes you feel like you're in the middle of a state long on Southern comfort? You'll never tire of good choices at Louisiana--like the gumbo or the catfish with Cajun collard greens and tasso ham. And if you're feeling French, try the rockfish with fennel, creamy sauce, and jumbo-lump crabmeat. Très magnifique.
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The Black Eyed Susan authentic Mississippi river boat hosts a murder mystery and dinner cruise, with a different mystery with each cruise.
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