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Creole Dinner or Brunch at Catahoula Bar & Restaurant (Up to 52% Off)

Queen Village

89% of 379 customers recommend

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Chefs comfort bellies & taste buds with creole renditions of hearty dinner fare & brunch

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 18th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Brunch option valid only Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

New Orleans-style cuisine is most known for being rich with flavor and heat, from its traditional spicy jambalaya to its lava-filled beignet donuts. Kick dining up a notch with today’s Groupon at Catahoula Bar & Restaurant. Choose between the following options:

  • For $20, you get $40 worth of creole dinner fare.
  • For $12, you get $25 worth of creole brunch valid Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–3 p.m.<p>

The chefs at Catahoula sizzle, stir, and fry classic creole dishes to comfort bellies and tantalize taste buds. At dinner, the restaurant transforms its menu into a mélange of hearty eats from land, sea, and air. Crawfish bisque ($8/bowl) introduces palates to the classic flavors of the South before tongues take on delicate cuts of steak béarnaise with bacon-fried cabbage ($18). Adding depth to tradition, duck jambalaya ($18) adds its signature gamey flavor to a dish ripe with andouille sausage and tasso ham, a Cajun specialty. Brunch offerings such as brioche french toast ($9), shrimp-n-grits ($14), and po boy sandwiches ($10–$12) mix American breakfast staples with Cajun and creole flavors for dishes that arrive wearing their own shiny bead necklaces. As guests dine, three flat-screen TVs cast a warm glow and an endless stream of sports on tables, chairs, and diners who’ve decided to settle in for the evening.

Catahoula Bar & Restaurant

Catahoula Bar & Restaurant brings the down-home comfort foods of New Orleans to Queen Village, presenting them in a cozy, laid-back setting complete with dark wooden trim and glowing flat-screen televisions. One such Cajun classic is the chefs' signature gumbo, packed with smoked chicken and andouille sausage that's simmered in a deep-hued roux and plenty of herbs. "A bowl of this gumbo alone is worth the visit to Catahoula," according to Craig LaBan from The Philadelphia Inquirer, and a spread of po boy sandwiches, fried catfish platters, and jambalaya with crispy duck confit keeps guests coming back. In between bites, diners can enjoy a beer or cocktail from the bar while watching the game on one of televisions around the restaurant instead of on portable crystal balls.


Reviews

Our server was super sweet and very accommodating.

Alissa R., Yelp, 6/19/11

Outstanding food, unpretentious atmosphere, and great music in the background all night.

Emily C., Yelp, 11/21/11

Tips

89% of 379 customers recommend

  • “Be prepared to sit on bar stools at ALL THE TABLES”

  • “Simply delicious!!”

  • “Very small space do not go on a weekend night! There will be no place to sit no even at the bar. And I can't say most if the people that with there are too friendly....”

    “Very small space do not go on a weekend night! There will be no place to sit no even at the bar. And I can't say most if the people that with there are too friendly. But I really like the food a lot and it's cute inside”

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    775 S Front St.

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147

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