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ABOUT

CAJUN AWESOMENESS IN THE DFW METROPLEX

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What do you get when someone with a love and craving for Louisiana Cajun and Creole food and culture from the Bayou's of South Louisiana and New Orleans settles down in Fort Worth, Texas? A spectacular culinary experience that brings the flavor of Cajun Country and New Orleans all the way to DFW.

When Houma, Louisiana Cajun native Phil Tullis  moved to  Dallas-Fort Worth, he noticed that, while there were folks from Louisiana everywhere,  and there were "some" local restaurants that used the term "Cajun," there was very little authentic Cajun cuisine anywhere. Most places sold mostly Creole-style dishes only. 

 

The original  Cajun Market Cafe was created to fix that oversight.

 

Simultaneously, Bourbon Street Bar & Grill in Beford was opened by twin brothers Dirk and Mark Kelcher.  Ultimately the owners of the two establishments decided to join forces and turn two good things into one great thing.

The Cajun Market at Bourbon Street provides delicious, home-cooked Cajun specialties using Phil's French speaking Cajun Mother and Grandmothers original recipes, fresh, wild-caught and boiled seafood, all of the traditional Cajun and Creole favorite dishes, and Cajun specialty meats brought in from Cajun Country -- plus groceries, tips, tricks, and knowledge to help you enjoy the full Cajun experience in our restaurant or at home for your own friends and family to enjoy. 

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