- $11 for $20 worth of food: dine-in only
Momma Pearl's Cajun Kitchen
The proud parent of eight sons and five daughters, Pearl Theriot – affectionately known as “Momma Pearl” – raised her youngsters on authentic Cajun dishes made from recipes that were passed down from generation to generation. These days, Pearl's 10th child, Robert “BB” Brunet, preserves his mother’s culinary legacy at Momma Pearl’s Cajun Kitchen, where he recreates some of her best dishes. Those include 10 varieties of the classic po’ boy sandwich, including versions stuffed with Andouille sausage, ham and swiss, and even fried alligator. Beyond that southern staple, BB assembles everything from crab-stuffed mushrooms and fried frog-leg platters to traditional Louisiana crawfish etouffe. And of course, there's Chef BB's okra gumbo, available a choice of crab and shrimp or chicken and sausage, and made with the kitchen's signature Cajun gumbo roux which is available for purchase for cooks that want to replicate the dish at home or use it as an unconventional cologne.