On our way back to Grass Valley Part 2. We were hungry, we were uncertain on the looks of the place, but we were also intrigued because we don't get a chance to eat Cajun food real often.
The fact that it was Happy Hour, something else we don't ever make it to, was a yay! but their sangria was a disappointment. Sangria is supposed to come with fruit, people! It makes the whole wine-in-glass presentation more appealing and getting to eat the red wine soaked orange is the reason for ordering sangria!
FOOD: Empanadas that were like... $3 or $4 were a hot, pastry treat. Gumbo was a mite too spicy, but it really warmed the insides. Loaded with yummy sausages, it came in a massive, comforting bowl, but the rice was undercooked. Had to tame the heat with a refreshing tomato and avocado salad with House Italian dressing. Expensive for a tiny, itty bitty salad, but delicious. I'm gonna make that at home someday.