Looking to get your spice on? Try these 5 delicious Cajun restaurants! From fresh oysters to jambalaya to po’ boys, we’ve got you covered for all the Louisiana goodness Las Vegas has to offer.
On The Strip
House of Blues
House of Blues isn’t known only for its music. With flavors from around the world infused with St. Louis style, you can find some amazing cajun fare here. From adobo spiced braised short ribs to shrimp and grits, from bacon avocado eggs benedict to a Rock Steady skillet with applewood bacon, potatoes, green chiles, and more, there’s no shortage of delicious options to choose from. They even have vegetarian and gluten free menus, so everyone can enjoy! Be sure to check out their happy hours, and their gospel brunch on Saturdays.
Hours: Mon – Thus, Sun 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM; Fri – Sat7:00 AM – 12:00 AM
If you know New Orleans, you know Emeril’s. His world-famous flavors are a fresh take on Louisiana classics, from Creole Broil Shrimp Cocktails to Crystal Fried Shrimp Po Boys. Everything here is innovative and exciting, and the menu is ever changing. Enjoy happy hour daily from 2-6pm, and 9:30pm – close. Indulge in fresh seafood, or a USDA prime flatiron steak with fresh butter, cabernet demi, and creole seasoned fries.
Hours: daily, 11:30am – 10pm
Oyster Bar at Palace Station is a small joint, but the food packs a heck of a wallop. They serve, as the name implies, fresh oysters, as well as gumbos, pan roasts, and more! Watch as the chefs prepare your meal right before your eyes! It’s dinner and a show in one! Enjoy etoufee, Alaskan chowder, steamers, and a myriad of other seafood dishes. Make sure to visit their happy hour from 1am – 9am for great deals on oysters!
Hot n Juicy Crawfish
Po Boys. Fried baskets. Crawfish by the pound. What more could you ask for? At Hot n Juicy Crawfish, you’ll get the full Louisiana experience. This is a no frills joint with only the best seafood, fried, spiced, and buttered to perfection. Try the “Get Your Feet Wet” with 1 lb Crawfish, 1 lb Shrimp, dozen Andouille Sausages, 2 Corns and 2 Potatoes, the crispy pork skins, or the catfish po boy. For dessert, check out the fried brownie – what could possibly be better than deep fried chocolate? Nothing.
Hours: daily. 12 – 10pm
Hot crab and artichoke dip. Bronzed catfish and grits. Fried oyster po boy. You can get all this and so much more at Lola’s. Charbroiled burgers, roast beef, bbq shrimp, you name it, they’ve got it. For a delicious, authentic Cajun meal, where else are you going to go? Try the family favorites, Mama’s Cajun Red Beans and Rice, with real andouille sausage and homemade tasso, or the chicken and sausage jambalaya.
Hours: varies by location