Shoal Creek Saloon,
909 North Lamar Boulevard,
Austin, Texas 78703 | (512) 474-0805
Shoal Creek Saloon sits on the bank of Austin’s infamous Shoal Creek. Owned by Ray Canfield for over 23 years, the Saloon has a long history of being the favored watering hole of politicos, lobbyists, Austin’s “Weird” and sports fans of all persuasions.
The Louisiana Cuisine is complimented by the likes of Chicken Fried Steak, 16oz Smoked Pork Chops, and the ever changing Burger of the Month
Known as the Austin Home of “New Orleans Saints Fans” and LSU Fighting Tigers, there are 31 colored TV’s, and some of the best boiled crawfish in town!. So come and sit Creekside on the best covered, outdoor patio in town and enjoy a truly “Austintacious Dining Experience!”
Stuffed Cajun Meat Market,
12226 Ranch Rd 620 N, Austin, TX 78750
Dine in-store or take home one-of-a-kind Cajun cuisine to make your family meal or catered event the most talked about on this side of the Mississippi! All the Cajun Specialty Meats that you know and love are all made fresh at our store. Turducken, deboned chickens, stuffed pork chops, boudin and many more specialty items. Gumbos, etouffees, red beans, jambalaya, po'boys, muffalettas all served fresh daily.
Our grocery section will make your kitchen Cajun-cookin’ ready with all the Louisiana staples including Blue Runner, Blue Plate, Cajun Power and Camellia beans to name a few. Get in line early for our seasonal house-stuffed turduckens and crawfish straight from the Louisiana coast.
Many Austion Locations to
get your 'Canes fix!
Founded in 1996 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Because Raising Cane’s focuses on only one thing – chicken fingers – we are able to do it better than anyone else. It’s what we call ONE LOVE.
Todd Graves, the founder of Raising Cane’s, path to success was one filled with challenge, hard work and determination. In 1994, as a new college graduate, Graves sought out funding for his restaurant venture. Undeterred by bankers who found his idea laughable, he decided to take matters into his own hands and raise his money the old fashioned way – hard work. After working in oil refineries in California and salmon fishing off the coast of Alaska, Graves returned to Baton Rouge and opened his first restaurant in 1996 near the gates of LSU. He named the restaurant after his yellow lab, Raising Cane.
The rest is history - dipped in a little Cane's sauce.
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