December 16, 2017
In the 1840s, the first Cajuns began settling in Southeast Texas, bringing with them, no doubt, their mouthwatering jambalaya and crawfish boils. Approximately 100 years later, an enterprising chef at a restaurant in Sabine Pass decided to season a little Cajun into some blue crabs, and, voila! Barbecued crabs were born. Get a true taste of southeast Texas by trying out some of the best Cajun seafood this side of the border has to offer. Make sure to try out some fried alligator, raw oysters or crawfish bisque to get your fill of some of the greatest food money can buy. With unique twists on traditional seafood dishes, you are sure to want to keep coming back for more.