Cajun Dinner for Two or More at Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro (Up to 57% Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Made-from-scratch crayfish bisque, chicken-sausage gumbo, and seafood jambalaya take tongues on a journey to New Orleans

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 21st, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid on holidays, special events, and happy hour. Valid for dinner only. Valid only at New Castle location. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol. Must use in dining room. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Dining out is a great way to give your oven a well-deserved night off after embarrassing it by making it stare at all those naked chickens. Get out of the kitchen with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for $40 worth of Cajun dinner and a dessert (a $6 value) for two or more, valid Sunday–Thursday (a $46 total value)
  • $20 for $40 worth of Cajun dinner for two or more, valid Friday and Saturday

The dinner menu sates appetites with Cajun chicken nachos ($8.99), crayfish bisque ($2.99–$5.99), alligator-sausage jambalaya ($15.99), and Cajun penne pasta in a creole butter sauce ($12.99). The dessert selection varies daily, but may include such sweets as layered chocolate cake or peanut-butter mousse.

Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro

With a menu of scratch-made meat and veggie dishes accented by colorful sauces and collar-heating Cajun spices, the culinary artists at Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro transport taste buds to the lively streets of New Orleans. Hunks of daily-baked bread soak up creamy crayfish bisque or chicken-sausage gumbo, and bacon-wrapped meatloaf made with ground fillet and andouille sausage tempts forks and knives.

Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro

With a menu of scratch-made meat and veggie dishes accented by colorful sauces and collar-heating Cajun spices, the culinary artists at Nora Lee’s French Quarter Bistro transport taste buds to the lively streets of New Orleans. Hunks of daily-baked bread soak up creamy crayfish bisque or chicken-sausage gumbo, and bacon-wrapped meatloaf made with ground fillet and andouille sausage tempts forks and knives.