You wouldn’t expect this restaurant to be as good as it is. You’d think it’d be like a Hard Rock or a Planet Hollywood. It’s not. It’s better. The folk art on the walls is for real. The music is nearly Ö soft. Most of all, the Cajun and soul food isn’t fooling. Jambalaya is amply spicy, chocked with shrimp and andouille, and moist. Mild catfish nuggets go great with sweet potato fries, served together in cardboard, alongside cayenne-spiked tartar sauce. There are basic burgers, skillet corn bread with maple butter, and plenty of beers. The one downside: Tables tend to get packed with slot players from the, um, Showboat.
Four of us had dinner here on Sep. 06th and it was horrible. Martini was not vodka, all olive juice, my sandwich and fries was cold and the service was barely there. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Overpriced this for type of experience. I would look elsewhere if I was you. Posted by Dennis: Sep. September 8th, 2009 at 2:46 PM