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  • Cuisine
    Cajun, Creole, Bakery, Diner

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Sandy B.
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Report | 10 days ago
great food!
Christopher
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Report | 15 days ago
This is by far the best small restaurant in the area. Took my date there and she highly impressed.
Valerie T.
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Report | 24 days ago
Wonderful food, great live entertainment...
LeVaughn S.
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Report | a month ago
Awesome visit. Went specifically for the crawfish etoufe' but was heartbroken to find out they do not have it available on their menu & is only available at the downtown Raleigh location. Cary is closer to me but I'll go downtown for that dish *Hint
Anthony C.
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Report | a month ago
Menu is much better than it use to be!
Jason B.
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Report | a month ago
Molly was my server and the service was excellent! The Fried Pimento Cheese appetizer was excellent, while my Crab Cake Entree was good but not great! The Crab cakes were a little dark on the outside, but not totally burnt. Good flavor, but they were mushy. Being an Executive Chef for 15 years, they good, but I probably would not order them again.
Pamela M.
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Report | a month ago
Food is awesome and lots of it. Nice atsmosphere and usually quiet except for games nights. Best bloody mary I have ever had anywhere!
alice f.
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Report | 2 months ago
Try something new
Debbie B.
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Report | 2 months ago
Tuesday is poker nite so seats are limited - best to go any day except Tuesday
Eddie P.
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Report | 2 months ago
Even though the taste of the food was not like I remember it in New Orleans back in the day, it was very tasty! The Jambalaya pasta and Shrimp Poboy was our choice. The poboy was a standard hoagie roll vs New Orleans French bread but still very good!
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From Our Editors

The Big Easy borrows more than New Orleans' nickname?it's a full-fledged slice of the rollicking city, with authentic Cajun fare served amid street lamps and photos of the French Quarter. Louisiana classics include po'boys, gumbo, and jambalaya washed down by hurricane cocktails and sangria. An outdoor patio adds an alfresco option for romantic dining, with hanging ferns, candlelit tables, and cherubs posing for greeting cards. Inside, nightly events from live music to trivia games create a festive air around the restaurant's iron bar. There are also themed rooms for private events.

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