$15 for $35 Worth of Cajun at Baby Kay’s Cajun Kitchen

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Today’s Groupon lets you indulge in Big Easy eats without deserting the desert or unnapkining the napkins. For $15, you’ll get $35 worth of Cajun cuisine at Baby Kay’s Cajun Kitchen, a restaurant the New Times voted best Cajun restaurant in 2005–2008.

Start with an order of shrimp remoulade ($9), cold, boiled crustaceans crested with a creamy horseradish sauce. Dinner options include crawfish etoufee ($18.25), jambalaya ($12), po’ boys ($9–$10), and gumbo by the cup with your choice of protein, served over white rice (prices start at $4.75 for chicken). Classic Cajun sides including red beans and rice ($4.50), potato salad ($2.50), and Andouille sausage links ($.50) are also available.

According to Yahoo! answerers, spicy food can help ward off the common cold, get rid of phlegm and mucus, help you to breathe easier, and make your first crush look you up on Facebook and be impressed. Get this Groupon to up immunity for upcoming sickness season, relive memories of Mardi Gras from a safe distance, or try a famous crawfish boil (in season) or Lu Lu’s BBQ ribs (off season). Come in Monday through Saturday for lunch or dinner.


In addition to New Times accolades, Baby Kay’s received four stars from Citysearchers, Kudzu reviewers, and Insider Pagers:

  • In short, everything was as close to perfection as we could have found, and, for our family at least, company or no company, we're going to make visits to Baby Kay's a family tradition. – captherp, Kudzu
  • This is one of my absolute favorite restaurants... anywhere. I eat and cook and travel a lot and I know food... I also know Cajun and New Orleans. – girlaka, Citysearch
  • I love spicy food, and Cajun cooking is right up with my favorites. I've tried a few places in the valley for jumbalya, etc. but none matches what Baby Kay's cooks up. – John N., Insider Pages

Health Benefits of Cajun Food

Cajun food is known to spicily scintillate the taste buds, and spicy foods are shown to have health benefits bordering on the fantastic. If you were to eat spicy Cajun food every day for 27 years, here are the health benefits you could look forward to:

Day One: Your sinuses are forever cleared, allowing you to cancel your planned Sinus Relief 5K and Looting Incident.

Day Two: Your bones become unbreakable, your will unshakeable, and your plan to redo your kitchen floor unaffected.

Day Three: Your skin gains the ability to withstand incredible temperatures, and your heart gains the ability to leave your body at night.

Day Four: Exposure to cold-causing germs turns you into a horrible dog-man hybrid but does not cause you to get a cold.

Day Five: You gain the ability to appear in the dreams of others. Use it sparingly, lest you forget that reality itself is but a dream made real.

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The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Dec 2, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Dine-in only. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers. Tax & gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Baby Kay's Cajun Kitchen

Baby Kay's Cajun Kitchen

Restaurant, American
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