If you live in north Texas, you are probably familiar with Razzoo’s. On October 30, Razzoo’s debuted a new menu with many delicious new items. They feature a variety of the 24 in-house made sauces. Colton and I were invited to check it out last week and had such a great time. Razzoo’s takes me right back to Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
Razzoo’s is a local cajun chain that serves a wacky menu full of cajun staples and creations. They create their menu items and sauces from scratch daily, and take pride in their menu items. Some of them sound bizarre and others are others are hard to pronounce, but they are all delicious. When you walk into a Razzoo’s you feel like you are walking in to a fun cajun party. Twelve of the nineteen locations are right here in DFW, so you are sure to find one near your neighborhood.
What to drink
Try one of the several mason jar chillers, a 32 oz drink made with fruit juice, wine, and liquor. A classic, subtly sweet chiller is the raspberry d’jubilee. Any drink that combines white wine and lemon vodka are a win in my book. Not to mention, the raspberry schnapps and fruit juice.
If sweet drinks and hurricanes are your thing, be sure to grab a gator punch. It’s a much better tasting version of the trashcan punch you made in college.
What to eat
In addition to their already successful menu, Razzoo’s released many new items that will have you drooling.
Mark, the general manager, recommended the blackened shrimp over cheddar corn grit, and Colton’s decision was made. The cheddar corn grits are addicting. Then, they top it with spicy blackened shrimp so you can have the best of both worlds.
From the moment I saw the new menu, I knew I wanted the pimento cheese burger. They mix two of my favorite sandwiches, burgers and pimento cheese, and added bacon and fried onions. Believe me, you will want to try it.
Don’t forget to end your dinner with dessert. Try the new crescent city mud sundae, or stick with an old favorite like the Luziana bread pudding. Colton and I couldn’t get enough of this! They make it fresh daily with peaches, French bread, and pecans, then cover it in a dark rum sauce. If you don’t have enough room, order it to go and drink it with your coffee for breakfast the next morning.
Thank you to Razzoo’s Plano for hosting us. oAll thoughts and opinions remain my own. As you know, I wouldn’t share a place with you that I didn’t love.