The Fahrenholt family was blown into Kilgore by Hurricane Katrina, and they brought fifty-plus years of cooking experience with them. This piquant culinary partnership between brothers Joshua Fahrenholt and Hunter Sanders has added an exciting new option to the Kilgore landscape, as well as a healthy helping of social conscience.
Soul-satisfying New Orleans food just a few steps off bar-laden St. Mary’s.
New Orleans po’boys originated in the twenties, when a coffee stand owner pledged his support for striking streetcar drivers by feeding them free of charge. The meals ended up being anything on hand served in a French loaf, and the rest is history. The Big Easy influence is in evidence…
It’s Mayberry diner meets Antoine’s at our favorite Cajun spot. Though we chuckled at the cafe’s slogan, “Best Tail in Town,” there was nothing funny about the “Crazy Good” steak, a delightful 12-ounce, Cajun-spiced beauty. There are plenty of choices for pescatarians, like the “Build Your Own” seafood platter.
The distinctive aroma of spicy cooking greets you when you enter this modest establishment. What was once just a bakery has expanded with a menu that reads like a top ten list of Creole and Cajun delights. Gumbo, étouffée, shrimp and grits, blackened redfish, and even some international delights like…
Off the beaten path, this Cajun/Creole place is rustic and just plain fun.
A happy addition to the Houston Cajun scene.
The colorful art that hangs in the dining room gives this place a lively air, which pairs well with the menu of Creole-infused dishes. The bar’s artisan cocktails bring in the after-work crowd. …
This laid-back spot feels carved right out the Big Easy.
Live music and Cajun/Creole seafood attract a happy crowd.