Also a popular music venue, the restaurant presents a Southern menu heavily influenced by Louisiana and Creole tradition. Among flavorful dishes are seafood jambalaya, Cajun meatloaf and New Orleans seafood gumbo with andouille sausage. The interior is a bona fide American folk art museum with many distractions for guests to explore. Karaoke Thursday gives diners an opportunity to show their talents with a live band and the popular Gospel brunch provides nourishment for body and soul. Don't for get to check out Al Capone's original bar complete with bullet hole at its apex.