High ceilings with wood beams and mirrored walls lend spaciousness to this popular spot. The diverse menu includes a locally popular po'boy and the "Killer Dog," a foot-long, junkyard-style, smothered Kosher hot dog. But it's not just about the fun food. There's some serious cooking going on in the kitchen. The seafood gumbo is served up tableside and has a deep rich roux. Aged choice beefsteaks, prime rib, fresh local seafood, baby back ribs and fried chops are offered, too. All entrées come with the house chopped salad and a croissant. Be sure to check out those selections that have a Cajun spin; they're a bit spicy but oh so good and include the "Shrimp Evil Jungle Prince," a Roadhouse take on traditional étouffée, and the "N'awlins Chicken."