I have lived in a lot of places, but none can hold a candle to South Louisiana if you like Seafood and Spicy dishes. People have a passion for food and neighborhood places that are not fancy. Guys love to cook and make a social outing out of cooking various Cajun dishes. I ate here today, but only ate half of this shrimp Po-Boy on French. Jack put his mug on the cups, this way he can use them as throws if he parades. take a look at the menu and you will not see these local dishes at Apple Bees. I am going to try the Paneed Rabbit next time. Each neighborhood has tis own specialities. Most people who move here from other places are quickly adopted and fall in line with the passion for food and trying new dishes. These are two great local hot sauces that remain favorites. tabisco is made at Avery Island near New Iberia and Crystal Hot Sause in Saint James Parish. The New Orleans Plant was destroyed by Katrina. It opened again last week after being shut done of 18 months. These are local shrimp that come from the Gulf of Mexico fresh daily. Not from some farm in Vietnam that most of the USA gets to eat. There is a big difference. Thats my food review for the week.