- $25 for $50 worth of Cajun-style seafood
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Wild Cajun Seafood and Bar
A small piece of the Deep South thrives at Wild Cajun Seafood and Bar. That's because all of the restaurant's crawfish hails from Louisiana, as do its chefs. These chefs also incorporate fresh catches from the nearby Mid-Atlantic coast, meaning Maryland crab cakes sit side by side next to po'boy sandwiches stuffed with crispy tilapia fresh from the fryer. Elsewhere on the menu, the gumbo's dark, smoky roux complements its chicken and sausage and shareable pots of Cajun-style, steamed seafood mix crawfish, shrimp, and king crab legs with sausage, corn, and potatoes.
Much like its menu, Wild Cajun Seafood and Bar's dining room demonstrates a general passion for the wide-open oceans. One wall features an enormous, floor-to-ceiling mural of a seascape at sunset, complete with actual sails jutting out over guests' heads. High-topped tables are scattered throughout the vast, intimately lit space, providing diners with unrestricted views of the flat-screen televisions broadcasting sports as well as commercials for vintage particle accelerators.