It's always inadvisable to bite the hand that feeds you, especially since it's usually your own hand and the food is on the fork part anyway. Sink your teeth into this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Cajun Seafood
Red beans and rice with sausage starts at $4.99, oyster po-boys are $9.79, and baked New Orleans–style muffuletta sandwiches start at $8.99. See the full menu.
Louisiana native and University of Southwestern Louisiana grad Luke Mandola Sr. began the original Ragin Cajun joint in 1974, treating visitors to hearty po-boys, spicy red beans and rice, and authentic boiled crawfish before passing the tradition into the capable hands of his sons, Luke Jr. and Dominic. Today, visitors make the pilgrimage to one of four area locations, plopping down at tables clad in red-checker cloth to sup on meals of Gulf shrimp and crab, grilled rib eye, and homemade bread pudding. The intense flavors and ocean-fresh cuisine of southwestern Louisiana unfold in a dining room decked with vintage signage, college-sports memorabilia, and buzzing neon. Ragin Cajun also customizes buffet catering packages for off-site Acadian feasts, filling banquet halls with food, DJs, live zydeco bands, and complimentary gift bags filled with silent Xs.
The "Original" Ragin' Cajun joint opened in 1974, treating visitors to hearty po' boys, muffalottas, red beans & rice, and authentic Louisiana Boiled Crawfish. Today, visitors make the pilgrimage to one of five area locations in Houston, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands, plopping down at tables to sup on meals of Gulf Coast Shrimp and Oysters, Gumbos, Jambalaya, and Homemade Bread Pudding. The intense flavors and cuisine of Southwestern Louisiana unfold in a dining room decked with vintage signage, sports memorabilia, and buzzing neon. Ragin' Cajun also brings Zydeco to hungry mouths with custom catering packages for off-site Acadien feasts, Texas barbecues, and Mexican favorites.