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The Catch

Cajun cooking and Louisiana go hand-in-hand, and our way of life is no different. Our recipes, ingredients and service are about staying to true the place we're from and the people we serve. See for yourself how the way we live makes Don's Seafood what it is–a true Cajun tradition.

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Cajun Tradition Since 1934

The truth is, you don’t become a Louisiana favorite just by putting the word “authentic” on your sign. When you’ve served Cajun meals as long as we have, you learn the difference between real food and a bland imitation, and our guests know it too.

Grilled, fried or on ice–there’s time cooked into every dish and time spent on every home cooked recipe, so that every aroma, every bite, every sip and every gathering is memorable.

We’ve spent more than 80 years creating a recipe for something much greater than a place for a lunch break or night out. It’s a place to share (or keep the whole plate to yourself), a place where you always have a seat ready at the table and a place where you’re always part of the family.

 
 

see what all the talk is about

We believe the best way to treat a guest is to serve them food that’s time-tested; years of getting the recipe just right, not just close enough. It's about preparing food that’s hot when it’s served, and hot on your mind when you leave. 

 

In every case Don’s staff has been courteous, friendly and on time (every time). You are our go to choice for any of our needs.

—Tyler w.

Our waitress was also amazing. She kept our drinks filled and was just really sweet. She talked to the kids and made sure we had everything we needed. Best service we have had anywhere!!

—Tiffany w.

For many of us, it is our first visit to Louisiana, unfortunately time does not permit us to see much of the area but the fantastic Cajun seafood we have been spoiled with from Don’s has given us a savory Louisiana experience.

—Darcy C.

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