South-suburban gem with lively Cajun fare, large outdoor garden, and live jazz.
Currently closed. Shrimp creole, knockout gumbo, and other Louisiana and southern classics, including cake in a jar.
Huge complex with nightclub, sports bar, beer garden, and performance hall in addition to a New Orleans-inspired restaurant. Live music Thursday through Saturday.
Great Mexican and deep-south cooking in the southwest 'burbs.
Pasta, muffulettas,and way-above-average bar food from a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.
Decent pub grub and creole favorites in a bar refreshingly free from Nawlins kitsch.
Paramount Pictures ventures into the food biz with this Cajun tourist attraction on Navy Pier.
Blues club with a full Cajun menu, from po'boys to gumbo, plus burgers and salads.
CLOSED. Suburban clone of Texas Cajun seafood chain; long waits for tasty fare.
Cajun-inspired restaurant and bar.
Folk art and music make for a lively atmosphere, but food is geared toward the masses.
Restaurant serving affordable Cajun and southern fare, plus brunch.
Rush Street spinoff of Jimmy Bannoss popular Loop Cajun restaurant.
Cajun-in-a-coffee shop, Jimmy Bannos's original no-frills Loop location. Cash only.
Best known for its catering, this breakfast-and-lunch place, displaced from Harper's Court, offers baked goods, Cajun dishes, and southern specialties like cheese grits.
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