For months, customers of Mulate’s have been fighting the construction around their Julia Street restaurant. We’re happy to announce that while Mulate’s has remained opened throughout the commotion, construction is winding down. Right now, parking around Mulate’s is convenient and easy to find and the King of Cajun Dining and Dance Halls is more fun than ever.
If you’ve never been to Mulate’s, you’re in for a real treat. They offer live Cajun music every night of the week, as well as great food and drink. Their cocktail menu offers lots of tempting options like the Cajun Country Old Fashioned, the Louisiana Lemonade, and the Zydeco Tornado.
Appetizers you have to try include Fried Alligator, Zydeco Meat Pies, and Honey Butter Cornbread.
For a main dish, we recommend their Jumbo Lump Crabmeat Au Gratin, their Seafood Pasta or their Cajun Triple Play Platters. The Crawfish Triple Play Patter features generous servings of Golden Fried Crawfish Tails, Crawfish Au Gratin and Crawfish Etouffée.
Think you won’t have room for dessert? You’ll find some. Their Bread Pudding, served heated and topped with their own Butter Rum Sauce, was voted the best in town in Alton Brown’s Feasting on Asphalt. Grandma’s Oreo Cream Dirt Cake is hard to pass up as well. It’s made with Ma-Mom Boutte’s recipe!
Find out for yourself why Mulate’s has been voted Best Cajun Restaurant by readers of Gambit Weekly. Make your reservation now at 504-522-1492.
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