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Sprouting from culinary roots in New Orleans, Crazy Cajun slings a southern-style smorgasbord of seafood, po boys, and ribs in a casual eatery. Diners can weave together a gastronomic tapestry with the menu's Mix 'n Match entree ($7.95), interlacing half of a shrimp, oyster, or catfish po boy with seafood or chicken and sausage gumbo, steeped for longer than it takes to finish a cross-country rickshaw race. Meanwhile, torrents of garlic-butter sauce wash over the Garlic Trio's snow crab, blue crab, and shrimp peaks poking out from behind rolling hills of corn, potatoes, and sausage ($18.95). Andouille sausage embellishes a pillow of red beans and rice ($6.95) in a Cajun favorite. Diners with massive appetites, or crawfish looking for their soul mate, can take the Crazy Cajun Crawfish Challenge ($29.95), which defies patrons to pack away 6 pounds of the eponymous crustacean within 15 minutes for a free T-shirt, a free meal, and an earned sense of confidence.