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Sherry Williams went to Razzoo's Cajun Cafe in Spring to get tips on how to base a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner.
Walking into a Razzoo’s Cajun Café, one feels transported onto a floating barge on the swampy Louisiana bayou. The large, open dining room is primarily lit by natural light, amber string lights and glowing neon signs. In the center of the space, it’s as if a tornado has swept motley artifacts up onto the ceiling. Intertwined with rope and string lights are street signs, screen doors, chairs, steering wheels, bird houses, antique gas lanterns and oil cans, and musical instruments. Each restaurant has a different swirl of objects. Large painted murals and framed photos of music legends, concert flyers and Cajun country nightlife line the walls.
The Re-discover series continues with a visit to Razzoo’s, a spicy place to get in touch with your inner Cajun. (And there is a little Cajun in most of us) They have added some items to the menu since we were there last and that’s OK by me, if it’s Ok bayou – that’s for Cathy.
Scott Dowd from Rozzoo's Cajun kitchen has the recipe!
Razzoos on Morning Break for National Shrimp Day making Shrimp Salad Lettuce Wraps. Find the recipe here!
HOUSTON - Eating crawfish takes a little practice but president of Razzoo's Cajun Cafe, Chris Degan says you shouldn't be afraid to get messy!
Lubbock is welcoming the Cajun Cafe, Razzoo's. General Manager, Nathan Teague joined us on Terri Tells You to talk about all the things the new restaurant has to offer.
Eating crawfish takes a little practice but president of Razzoo's Cajun Cafe, Chris Degan says you shouldn't be afraid to get messy!
I am always happy to learn something new, and I recently learned A TON about Razzoo's Cajun Cafe. Apart from how expansive their menu is, I found out some really neat stuff about the kitchen. I'm a huge supporter of fresh and house-made items, and Razzoo's delivers. With nearly every item being created in-house, they are able to accommodate any meal for any kind of allergy or intolerance.
I've long been a fan of Razzoo's Cajun Cafe, a Texas born restaurant that features scratch-made Lousiana favorites. All locations are locally owned, and the 26-year-old restaurant has most of its locations in Texas, with one in NC, and some new spots TBA in the near future.
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I love going to Razzoo’s Cajun Café — the popular chain specializing in Louisiana-inspired cookery — because the drinks are huge (as in Mason jar-sized) and delicious, and the spicy, zesty food is something I crave every few months.
Since 1991, Dallas-based Razzoo’s has expanded slowly, methodically and predominantly under the radar. However, continued strength with the company’s core brand, Razzoo’s Cajun Café, and enthusiastic demand for their newest concept, Tricky Fish, has encouraged management to seek structured outside funding for the first time in corporate history. Razzoo’s selected KPMG Corporate Finance LLC to secure a partnership with Goldman Sachs Specialty Lending Group on senior debt facilities to fund more aggressive brand expansion.
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