Ever since New Orleans found the wormhole in the depths of its grandmother's armoire, it's been hopping by Jackson in hopes of turning the town Cajun. Take a bite out of its base camp with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Cajun fare
Main-dish offerings include house-specialty crawfish ($4.79/lb.), fried shrimp ($10.99 for a 12-piece), and shrimp po boys ($6.99 each), plus sides such as crawfish pie ($3.50) and louisiana sausage ($1.50 for a 4- to 5-inch link).
The seasonal fare at CrawDaddy's sends wayward appetites straight to the Louisiana coast to learn the art of festive Cajun dining. Shelled and nonshelled entrees wash up on tables surrounded by the cozy dining room's seafaring-themed décor, which includes rustic-style wooden tables and light-blue walls. Fried-catfish baskets and piles of painstakingly boiled shrimp lie beneath handsome wall hangings of essential fisherman tools, such as crisscrossed oars, fishing nets, and a pocket English-to-trout phrasebook used to persuade fish in their native tongue.