The Cajun Cafe struck my eye with the colorful mural on the outside wall.
And it is more than just a cafe! Once I went inside, I found that there is a bar and a dancehall, with live music regularly.
I ordered the shrimp poboy with fried onion twists.
There were a lot of shrimp although it was a little obvious by their slight sogginess that they had been sitting there for a while. They still tasted fine, though. The fried onion twists were fried fresh and very good.
I was the only customer at a little after 2:30 and, instead of rushing me out the door so they could close, the waitstaff was friendly and chatty.
Who knows if I shall ever be on that road again but, if I do, the atmosphere alone might be worth a revisit.