The Old West isn’t really all that different than Cajun Country.
A little shenanigans from time to time.
It’s the reason Razzoo’s Cajun Café opened up for business in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square 25 years ago – and we’re still proud to call it home today!
The History of Sundance Square
You ever wonder how Sundance Square got its name? Today, we know it as one of Fort Worth’s entertainment districts, full of food and fun for the whole family, but back in the early 1900s, it was the epicenter of Fort Worth’s darker side. Sundance Square was named for Butch Cassidy’s right-hand man, Harry Longabaugh, otherwise known as the Sundance Kid. Butch Cassidy and his crew were well-known bank robbers, and they came to Fort Worth for gambling, drinking, and the like. So the next time you’re in Sundance Square, you can remember its ties to the Old West.
New Year, New Menu!
Razzoo’s Sundance Square is proud to announce some new menu items for 2018! Don’t you worry, there will still be plenty of fried fish and crawfish to go around, but we wanted to add a few new things that are sure to become favorites:
· Pimento Cheeseburger: Pimento cheese is a southern staple, and now at Razzoo’s Sundance Square, you can enjoy it on a burger! Join us for lunch or dinner and order the Pimento Cheeseburger, stacked high with crispy onions, pickles, lettuce, tomato, and our homemade pimento cheese.
· Shrimp Lettuce Wraps: Looking for something healthy and light? Not many things on the menu at Razzoo’s fit that description, and that’s why we’re excited to announce the arrival of Shrimp Lettuce Wraps! Layer each piece of lettuce with our signature shrimp salad and enjoy!
Thanks again to all of our guests who have made 25 years at Sundance Square possible! We’re excited to see what the next 25 years holds for us! Join us this week at Razzoo’s Sundance Square in Fort Worth, Texas for the best Cajun food in the Old West.