Evangeline Cafe Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Enjoy live music, price rollbacks, and plenty of fun
By Virginia B. Wood,
4:10PM, Tue. Sep. 17, 2013
Louisiana native Curtis Clarke created a definitive bastion of Cajun-Creole hospitality, cuisine, and live music in an ordinary strip center in far south Austin ten years ago. This week, he's inviting friends and customers to help celebrate that important milestone at his Evangeline Cafe.
In honor of the anniversary this week, Clark is rolling back prices 10 years on the chicken and sausage gumbo, jambalaya, red beans and rice, and boudin, a special that runs though Thursday, Sept. 18. He's also serving up some great music: Tuesday night will feature the Twilight Trio; Wednesday's headliners are the Demonic Duo of Floyd Domino and Redd Volkaert; and Thursday offers the stylings of Danny Britt and Marvin Dykhuis. The music starts at 7pm and the house has a tendency to fill up quickly.
8106 Brodie Lane 512/282-2586
Monday - Thursday, 11am-9:30pm; Friday & Saturday, 11am-10pm
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