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Southern Charm, Hospitality & Soul - N’awlins Style

Hosted by a member of the Toronto DinnerNations Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Sat 08 Sep 19:00 - 21:00

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Protected content is a bit of a diversion from the norm. Protected content , the 34 year old icon presents a melody of Southern "Cajun, Creole and Soul" through several dishes reminiscent of the New Orleans style that is world renowned. Complete with an introduction of appetizers and washed down semi-obligatory bourbon, whiskey or mint-julip, the place is immersed in ambiance defining the quintessential Louisiana phrase: "laissez les bon temps rouler", a Cajun expression meaning “let the good times roll”.

From the website:
"For 34 years,Protected content N’awlins favourites such as Gumbo, Jambalaya, Blackened Chicken, Pecan Pie and the best Bread Puddin’ in the city making the restaurant the “go-to” for Louisiana Cookin’ in Canada’s largest city.

Protected content A wall of photo memorabilia greets guests on the left as they look back on their favourite memories of 34 years on Markham Street. Opposite, dominating the entrance, the original Protected content cocktail bar is pride of place in the front window looking out over College Street. Pull up a seat and let the fun begin. Next to the bar is an open kitchen from which you can learn all the secrets of 34 years of Cajun and Creole cooking in Toronto.

The bar is decked out with the original folk art shelves, glass light fittings, bourbon and all of our much loved New Orleans 'libations'. Some original features including stained glass from Markham Street and spooky voodoo memorabilia is on display.

Experience the N’awlins magic in the 'Second Line' dining room, a melting pot of Cajun, Creole and Soul with a soundtrack of Jazz, Blues, Southern Gothic, Cajun and Zydeco music. The “Second Line” dining room has a fitting tribute to each of the 5 dining rooms of the original location. Taste our famous Jambalaya, Gumbo, Blackened fish, chicken, all washed down with a Bourbon and the best Bread Puddin’ in the city. We have separate vegan and gluten free menus, all with a Cajun twist."

Attached is the menu. Most appetizers are around $10 to $15. Entrees are around $20 to $25 on avg. Drinks are extra.

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PS: Opened up reservations for Protected content . Will reconfirm, a few days out from event.

Thanks for everyone who showed interest,