Maple Tree Inn | Suburbs South | Cajun | Restaurant
South-suburban gem with lively Cajun fare, large outdoor garden, and live jazz.

Our Review

The Cajun fare is still bold at this south-suburban restaurant housed in an old corner tavern with an elaborately carved wooden bar, swinging saloon doors, and a large garden. The crayfish etouffee is a favorite entree; there are also contemporary offerings like a Dixie "Doorstoop" pork chop stuffed with andouille sausage, braised with Abita beer, and served with corn-bread dressing and Creole vegetables. The bar serves 24 craft beers, plus wine on draft and specialty cocktails. Hurricane, anyone?

Laura Levy Shatkin

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