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Mulate's Cajun Restaurant
Mulate's Cajun Restaurant

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IT’S TOO HOT TO GO OUTSIDE. IS YOUR FAMILY GETTING BORED? HOW ABOUT A TRIP TO THE AQUARIUM OR THE INSECTARIUM? BOTH ARE AIR-CONDITIONED AND YOUR KIDS MIGHT EVEN LEARN SOMETHING NEW.

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Still trying to figure out what to do on the Fourth of July? How about an authentic Cajun dinner at Mulate’s and a spectacular fireworks display. Take the family to Mulate’s conveniently located in the Warehouse District. After a delicious meal make your way to the river which is just a short distance away to check out a spectacular fireworks display.

https://mulates.com/cajun-food-and-fourth-of-july-fireworks/

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Make your weekend extra special by heading first to the Cajun-Zydeco Festival at Armstrong Park and then over to Mulate’s in the Warehouse District for some authentic Cajun food. Mulate’s is famous for preserving and celebrating the food, music and culture found in the small towns and along the bayous of South Louisiana.

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If you are still not sure how to make Dad’s day special we might have a couple of ideas for you. Why not take him to the Ogden Museum? In celebration of Father’s Day, all dads receive free admission to the museum. It’s your chance to See the South with the whole family.


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IN THE CITY WHERE THE “PO-BOY”, OR AS SOME SAY “POOR BOY”, ORIGINATED, WHERE DID THE NAME OF THE BELOVED “PO-BOY” COME FROM AND WHY?

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We eat a lot of different types of food in New Orleans, but one of our staples is crawfish. Crawfish are fresh water crustaceans that look a lot like small lobsters. They breathe through gills and are found in streams, swamps, ditches and ponds, and average about 2 to 6 inches in length. They feed on just about anything they can find on the bottom of their habitat. They come baked, boiled, fried and literally everything in-between. If you have never had Crawfish Etouffee, definitely add it to your list of must haves in New Orleans. We really do not call them Crayfish in New Orleans…we prefer crawfish or even mudbugs.
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