Southern cuisine varies greatly by region, from the Cajun and creole dishes of Louisiana to the bags of granulated sugar served at Disney World. Sample the South with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Cajun Cuisine and Drinks
Appetizers include fried gator bites ($10) and crawfish cakes served with rémoulade sauce ($9). Entrees include the cajun burger with grilled peppers and onions and melted pepper jack cheese ($10), as well as baskets that include a choice of fried shrimp, catfish or oysters, and chicken served with fries, hush puppies, and tartar sauce ($13–$16). Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar also has a full bar stocked with beer, wine, mixed drinks, juices, and sodas. See the full menu
Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar
Like a hand-grenade-fueled fever dream of New Orleans, Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar throbs and glows: neon signs and strings of twinkling lights flicker off wrought-iron balconies. Mardi Gras beads droop like tendrils of Spanish moss from light fixtures behind the amply stocked bar. And to top it all off, blues riffs pulsate through the bar until 3 a.m. Since opening its doors in 1995, Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar has welcomed more than 100 blues musicians to its stage, including luminaries such as James Brown and B.B. King.
The homage to New Orleans extends to Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar’s cuisine: chefs coat crayfish and catfish in a crispy golden crust and serve them with classic sides such as gator bites, hush puppies, and deep-fried voodoo dolls.
“Great food and great music--a winning combination”
“Tell Phil HI. They were very nice and passed around free appetizers on 3 different occasions. We will go back.”