The Low Down
Drink Up!: Dixie or Blackened Voodoo beer make a perfect accompaniment to a meal here. Or try one of the potent house cocktails, including hurricanes, Cajun bloody Marys and Cajun martinis.
Cooking Classes: For true devotees, the chef offers cooking classes on a variable basis, for $100 a head. Call the restaurant for details.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Accomplished Cajun cooking and live music in a festive, welcoming neighborhood setting.
by Contributor at Citysearch
In an unprepossessing, freestanding brick building on a corner in Queens, this restaurant throbs with life. The smallish interior is filled with exuberant couples and groups of diners who are thrilled with the labor ofâ¦
Interminable waits on weekends
By mcchanoghue at Citysearch
The cramped dining room was brightly lit with yellow-hued lighting with no space between the tiny, adjoining tables. Zydeco music plays continuous... Read More
New Orleans in New York
By ukscots at Citysearch
Small, intimate place (less than 100 people fit in the restaurant) with some of the best Cajun food outside of New Orleans. The staff can tell you... Read More
Best spot from San Francisco to NY!!!
By Manessa at Citysearch
This restaurant is our absolute favorite, we make sure to visit every time we are in town. This is the only place where the blackened chicken is a... Read More
By find1234 at Citysearch
This place is definitely overrated. On a Saturday night, I was surprised that there was no live jass music. Does not worth your money. Crowded atmo... Read More
Blazin...Hot like Cajun!
By flotation123 at Citysearch
The Best. Worth the trip! I would recoment the aligator sausage, the ostrage steak, and anything else that is exotic on the menu. The shell fish i... Read More