The difference between creole and Cajun cuisine is elusive to most people, just like the difference between an alligator and a crocodile wearing an alligator nametag. Discern the nuances with this Groupon.
$8 for $16 Worth of Cajun and Creole Fare
Cups of New Orleans gumbo, red beans and rice, or jambalaya are $4 each, shrimp or catfish po boys are $7, and southern-style sides such as fried okra, collard greens, and hush puppies are $2.50 each. See the full menu.
Jimmy and Terri Taite, the owners of Gumbo’s, have had a longtime passion for preparing quality meals for others. For Terri, this passion goes back all the way to her mamaw from whom she inherited three things: a love of cooking, safecracking tools, and generations of creole recipes. Five days a week, their dining room fills with the zesty aromas of New Orleans–style dishes such as shrimp or catfish po boys, homemade bread pudding, and classic creole gumbo, teeming with spicy hunks of andouille sausage, chicken, and shrimp.