Cajun

Stars Steak House

This place was a quaint, small, local restaurant with great service and an amazing staff treated our boys really well. We got there just in time, when we were leaving there was a line and wait to get in. Now in this restaurants defense, our boys are pretty much fooded out, but they did absolutely love the buttered bread, and when we say “buttered bread” we mean bread drenched in a pool of butter with salt on top. If they had their way they would’ve eaten only that. But they enjoyed their catfish, they loved the bread pudding, and they liked the seafood gumbo. We were a little bit surprised that they were out of shrimp. As Mark commented – it’s like a pizza place being out of pepperoni. But overall it was a very enjoyable meal and the boys had a great time!

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Tapalaya

This is not the dudes first time year, but it’s the first time since they started blogging. Great casual atmosphere, and the staff are always great. The food is consistently good, and for dinner it’s great for trying things and sharing because it’s small plates. We are here for lunch and they don’t have the small plates, so the boys got PoBoys (crawfish for Aidan and Shrimp for Lowell). Mom got the Gumbo and dad got the Muffaletta. Everything was wonderful, although the Gumbo had a little too much heat for the dudes. And after the corn bread, sweet potato fries and garlic bread the dudes could barely eat their sandwiches!

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