Delta Cafe's recipes have almost hit their 15th birthday, giving them plenty of experience delighting taste buds with their edible southern drawl. Enjoy a smoked barbecue brisket ($12.95) or opt for bayou bites, such as the Better Than Mom’s Fried Chicken ($12.95), jambalaya ($13.95), or crawfish étouffée ($12.95). For those to whom meats sing not, a tasty tofu à la sauce piquante ($11.95) answers the appetite's call. There’s a weekend brunch option for all of the indecisive sleep-ins torn between a beautifully deep-fried basket of beignets ($5) and vegan grits (mixed with toasted pecans and organic maple syrup, $4). A make-your-own Bloody Mary bar is also available during brunch hours for mixologists seeking weekend work. Sealing the deal are house-made cocktails, such as the well-known Hey Ya (cucumber vodka and a house-made spiced veggie-juice blend), as well as an array of local microbrews on tap and by the bottle and a 40-ounce Pabst Blue Ribbon on ice.