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Louisiana native James Meadors, a former teacher/part-time caterer has gone full-time into the food business, with a brightly decorated oasis of good cheer and cheap, heaping plates of Louisiana-influenced food in a corner of the River Market food hall. The lineup changes daily, but expect to find a steam table full of rib-stickers – shrimp Creole, etouffee, jambalaya, red beans and rice, gumbo and po boys with chicken, spicy pork or catfish. A big cobbler might be bubbling in the convection oven. Get you some of that, too.

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Heaping plates of Louisiana-influenced food in a corner of the River Market food hall. The lineup changes daily, but expect to find a steam table full of shrimp Creole, etouffee, jambalaya, red beans and rice and the like.

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Price: $-$$

Serving: LD Tue.-Sat.

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