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2013 DINING GUIDE: Cajun

By: THE GAZETTE
June 21, 2013
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★ Best of the Springs winner
▲ Mountain/View
☀ Patio

Entrees priced:
$................ $12 or less
$$.............. $13-$19
$$$............ $20-$29
$$$$.......... $30 and up

CULPEPPER'S CAJUN KITCHEN - 6502 S. Academy Blvd., 282-8479, culpeppers.net   $  
Cravings for the bayou can be quenched here: gumbo, fried catfish, jambalaya, crawfish ?ouff?, red beans and rice, po' boys and beignets. 

NAWLINS BAR B Q & CAJUN CUISINE, 3317 Cinema Point, 571-9777   $$  
The Cajun is raging here. Try the etouffee and pulled pork.

SPRINGS ORLEANS - 123 E. Pikes Peak Ave., 520-0123, springsorleans.com   $$$  
Chef James Davis injects Springs Orleans with the flair of Cajun cooking. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night, this expansive restaurant with open kitchen does a lot right, including the po' boy (shrimp, oyster, crawfish or catfish), which comes with fries and bread-and-butter pickles. On some nights, you'll get live entertainment with your meal. 

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