Some restaurants are formal affairs, complete with white linens and endless tiny forks. Not so at Cajun Swamp—referred to fondly by most as just "The Swamp". Eating crawfish is never a delicate affair, that's why butcher paper takes the place of starched linens, and grown folks wear bibs with a smile on their faces. Other New Orleans-style dishes include jambalaya, po’boys, and crab legs. In the background of the main event, flat-screen TVs play sports and music to add to the casual ambiance. On weekends, The Swamp stays open until 2 a.m., perfect to grab a late-night snack or to plan a midnight raid to rescue frog legs from their top halves and give them a safe stomach to hide in.