Cajun Food Deals in Austin
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Limit 1 per person; 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, per visit. Offer not valid toward alcohol or the $20 Wednesday night special. Valid for dine-in only. Not valid toward alcohol.
There’s something about homestyle cooking that leaves you yearning for more—especially when the person cooking it is from Baton Rouge. Luckily, Cypress Grill is owned by a Louisiana native, making for a truly authentic nod to Cajun cuisine. So authentic, in fact, that their BBQ shrimp is sauteed in Abita beer and the bread for their po’ boys is sourced from NoLa staple Gambino's Bakery. Had your fair share of blackened catfish and jambalaya at this Austin Chronicle favorite? Move onto one of their more daring menu items—rattlesnake pasta. It may not be the comfort food you grew up with, but Cypress Grill will leave you feeling right at home.
Those who don't learn proper cooking techniques are doomed to a life of licking pages from fancy food magazines. Cause a stir with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $35 for a group cooking class for one (a $70 value) $65 for a group cooking class for two (a $140 value) The hands-on classes accommodate 5–12 students, covering anything from familiar Cajun staples such as jambalaya with chicken and sausage to classic French dishes such as beef bourguignon, depending on the evening's theme. Over the course of more than three hours, attendees will learn a variety of new recipes and ...
Cypress Grill is both a critics' and community favorite. It was voted a top 35 favorite restaurant in Austin Chronicle's Reader's Poll in 2009, 2010, and 2011. One food reviewer was obsessed with its boudin balls, saying "if someone pronounced deep-fried rice and sausage to be the new health food, I'd order them by the dozen": $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks Decidedly Cajun menu is free of trans fats, and features a gluten-free menu Dine alfresco at this South side spot or inside the open-design dining room Self-described as "a local funky joint with that true Austin neighborhood feel," Cypress Grill does N'awlins proud Try the famous crawfish etouffée, the bread pudding with Bourbon sauce, or the jambalaya. Muffulettas, po-boys (including the pot roast and gravy take), and fresh seafood platters round out the mainstays With a kids' menu, pastas, and burgers, there's something for every appetite Enjoy it all in a chill atmosphere that blends the best of Austin and Cajun country under one roof