The TGI Fridays of cajun food
The title really says it all. Don't go here if you have a taste for cajun food, or creole food, or anything even remotely similar. If your idea of excitement is ordering something other than your 'usual' at Fridays or Applebees, this place will be perfect. Otherwise, it will bore and probably disappoint you. My shrimp po' boy was basically a fried shrimp, lettuce, and tomato sandwich, meaning it had almost nothing in common with an actual po' boy - and the hoagie bun was stale at that.
Don't go here looking for classic New Orleans drinks either. Their mixed drink menu contains exactly five items, and while the full bar might tempt you to order something else, when I tried, the terribly overworked waitress asked more than once if the drink I wanted was ""on the menu"" before I gave up and ordered one of the fairly tasty but overpriced Dixie Black Lager. If the lower octane stuff doesn't suit you (and you're willing to stick to the menu), be sure to note their signature ""blue"" martini - (you'd be hard not to, as they take every opportunity to push it). This drink deserves a special mention. Why is ""blue"" in quotes you might ask? Well, I don't know - it certainly is blue. Maybe they migrated over from the word ""martini"" because I can't think of a drink farther away from a martini than this coconut rum, blue curacao and pineapple monstrosity.
The bottom line: skip this place and stumble just a few feet further to E. 4th where you'll find a whole host of great, unique Cleveland restaurants much worthier of your patronage.