Jazmo's Bourbon Street Cafe provides New Orleans flavor, atmosphere

By Andrew Wilson Modified: July 12, 2010 at 1:09 pm •  Published: April 14, 2009

Though it’s located in the heart of Bricktown, those at Jazmo’z Bourbon St. Café pride themselves on providing a kick of New Orleans flavor and atmosphere to everyone who comes in.

Open for nine years, the restaurant is on the bottom floor of its building and is split into several rooms. While the full-service bar is a little more laid back, with TVs showing sports, the entire restaurant is comfortable — no matter what you’re wearing.

“Sure, we get people in suits and ties and some in shorts and T-shirts,” General Manager Andrew Wilson said. “But we’ll serve you however you come in, as long as you have some clothes on.”

While it’s casual dining most nights, Jazmo’z does host black-tie events and birthday parties for larger occasions. It’s also great for a one-on-one date, Wilson said.

The average price for a meal at Bourbon St. runs about $20, but diners can get in and out for as little as $8. And while burgers and fries are available, the real draw is the Louisiana-style cuisine.

From Cajun classic to Creole, Bourbon St. offers a wide variety of spicy, flavorful dishes with an emphasis on seafood. jambalaya, gumbo and crawfish etouffee are big sellers, Wilson said, but the specialty dishes are the real hot items.

“Probably our best seller is the Satchmo Salmon, which is a blackened salmon with a white wine cream sauce,” he said. “Another great one is the Black Magic, which is blackened catfish covered with crawfish etouffee and served over dirty rice.”

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