Shrimp grits in Bayou cream sauce, alligator po’ boys, blackened catfish, and other spicy creole seafood dishes
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$17 for $30 worth of Cajun food, valid Sunday–Wednesday
$34 for $60 worth of Cajun food, valid Thursday–Saturday
Bayou Jack's Cajun Grill isn't just an oasis of Creole cooking in the dry Texas brush. It's a celebration of spicy seafood. The shrimp grits come mixed with jalapeños and andouille and doused in a spicy cream sauce, and the coconut-crusted mahi mahi lounges beneath a blanket of fiery mango jalapeño relish. Even wilder are the alligator dinners: diners can try the meat sandwiched on a po' boy, fried with onion hush puppies, or served in a basket as an appetizer.