Mulate’s Cajun Restaurant


The food at Mulates was unbelievable!  We began with an alligator appetizer and the food just kept coming! I think we tried everything on the menu and we devoured course after course. The only thing better than the food was the southern hospitality. Mulate’s will be one of the first places I visit when we head back to New Orleans. 


The food on its own is definitely worth the trip, but the free music makes the experience even more memorable. We recommend putting down your fork for a spin around the dance floor to the musical sounds of La Touche, Lee Benoit & The Bayon Stompers and Bayou Deville. Each group performs on certain days, so if you have a favorite band make sure to check Mulate’s Entertainment Calendar to see when your band is playing. As a side note, it’s always appreciated to tip the musicians with more than just applause!


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Galvez Resturaunt-914 N Peters St, New Orleans, LA 70116 Are you a foodie? Mouth watering Spanish, French, and Creole dishes are sure to get you excited at this restaurant! Located in New Orleans’ French Quarter, the palace-like dining room sits upon the Mississippi and offers incredible views of the steamboats going up and down the river. I recommend this restaurant because the food is out of this world, but if your kids have a hard time being on their best behavior for an extended period of time, it might not be the restaurant for this family vacation.  However, if you are lucky to have some grandparents along who are willing  to babysit, Galvez is the restaurant you will want to enjoy without the kids!

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