Restaurants offer diners both a delicious reprieve from the kitchen and a secure environment that makes it virtually impossible for the dish to run away with the spoon. Keep your eating implements obedient with today’s Groupon to Daisy Dukes Restaurant. Choose from the following options:
- For $29, you get a Cajun dinner for two (up to a $59.85 total value). The dinner includes the following:
- One starter to share (up to a $9.95 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $21.95 value each)
Two fountain drinks with free refills (up to a $3 value each)<p>
- For $54, you get a Cajun dinner for four (up to a $119.70 total value). The dinner includes the following:
- Two starters to share (up to a $9.95 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $21.95 value each)
Four fountain drinks with free refills (up to a $3 value each)<p>
- For $10, you get $20 worth of anything on the menu. Po boys and sandwiches range from $5.95–$13.99.
Zagat-rated Daisy Dukes Restaurant fields a staff of chefs that spice, broil, and blacken Cajun seafood and other southern specialties 24 hours a day. Rev up appetites with seafood starters such as shrimp rémoulade and raw oysters, or send taste buds to the wild blue yonder with hand-cut, made-to-order wings that are customizable with seven seasonings. Among entrees, a blackened alligator sausage snoozes atop a bed of jambalaya, and a New Orleans sampler brims with smoky gumbo, red beans and rice, and fried green tomatoes. Alternatively, the à la carte option proffers all-day breakfasts designed to confuse short-term time-travelers, with omelets loaded with crawfish or sausage and bloody marys or free refills of coffee.
Daisy Dukes Restaurant
In addition to a location in Metarie, Daisy Dukes Restaurant features a location nestled into the heart of the French Quarter with exposed brick and hardwood. Both locations of the eatery combine New Orleans charm with Southern fusion cuisine, and the French Quarter location is open 24 hours a day. Grills blacken catfish, alligator sausages, and fresh tuna steaks, which have close brushes with Cajun spices before arriving at tables. Classic po’ boy sandwiches cradle shrimp and other seafoods for which the area is famed. Each meal comes with hearty sides, from Cajun-spiced fries to cups of crawfish etouffee, a classic bayou recipe.