Razzoo's Cajun Cafe to open one-of-a-kind location in Old Town Burleson
There's a new Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe in town: The Cajun-inspired chain that summons the flavor, fun and festivity of New Orleans, will open a location in Old Town Burleson at 135 W. Ellison St.,
According to a release, the restaurant will open on August 21.
Founded in Dallas in 1991, Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe specializes in Cajun dishes including their signature fried gator tail, crawfish etouffee, jambalaya pasta, and fried seafood. They also serve specialty drinks such as the frozen Hurrycane for $5 all day.
Razzoo's diverse menu caters to all types of customers, from adventurous foodies to picky eaters, says Razzoo's CEO Philip Parsons in a statement.
"We take great pride in our Cajun Classics as well as our burger, salads and wings. There truly is something for everyone," Parsons says.
Everyone except vegans, that is. There is nothing on their menu that does not have some kind of animal or other. Even the Zydeco pasta, one of the few dishes without a chunk of meat on top, has cream sauce. Parsons should maybe say, "There truly is something for almost everyone."
There are 20 locations across Texas, including three in Fort Worth and one in Arlington, but the Burleson restaurant has a one-of-a-kind twist: it operates in Mayor Vera Calvin Plaza with a picnic area, a kids' play area, small play trolley, outdoor games, and a performance stage for theatrical acts and musical performances.
The 6,400-square-foot restaurant, which also has a 720-square-foot patio, highlights Razzoo’s signature décor, including neon, bright colors, and music that complement the Cajun dining experience.