Hours: Lunch, Dinner: seven days
Folk art and music make for a lively atmosphere, but food is geared toward the masses.
With music in the air, folk art on the walls, and video screens flashing musical fun facts and live shots from the concert stage upstairs, the atmosphere is lively, but the Cajun/creole food is institutional, and the service often seems overwhelmed. Sunday's gospel brunch, with a prix fixe southern buffet, is probably the most interesting meal here; there are three seatings, and advance tickets are pretty much mandatory.
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