Ragin’ Cajun first opened in 1974 and continues to be family-owned and operated. It was the first Cajun seafood restaurant of its kind in Houston. Houston's Morning Show contributor Cleverley Stone learns all about what the popular restaurant will be serving as Mardi Gras approaches.
Traditional Irish cuisine at McGonigel's Mucky Duck
For more than 30 years, McGonigel's Mucky Duck has been delighting visitors with live entertainment and pub-style cuisine every night.
All day on Saturday, March 16, and Sunday, March 17, McGonigel's Mucky Duck will have a St. Patrick's Day Celebration with two days of traditional Irish music and dance, Irish food and Irish drinks.
Chef David Escobar shows the famous McGonigel's Mucky Duck fish & chips, Shepherd's Pie and corned beef & cabbage.Read the full article
Two-day St. Patrick's Day Festival at McGonigel's Mucky Duck
McGonigel's Mucky Duck has been operating in Houston for 30 years, featuring live entertainment every night and pub-style dining. The venue will offer festive St. Patrick's Day food, drinks and entertainment all day on Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17.
Visitors can expect corned beef and cabbage, bagpipe music, Irish dancers, faeries and children's activities.
USA Today wrote that McGonigel's Mucky Duck is "one of the top ten places in the United States to celebrate St. Patrick's Day."Read the full article
Ragin' Cajun restaurant celebrates 45th anniversary
What is the origin of po' boys in Houston? Luke Mandola Sr. founded the original Ragin' Cajun on 4302 Richmond Avenue in 1974. The original location remains in addition to the restaurant's second site on Westheimer Road near South Gessner Road.
Mandola discusses the restaurant's history with Houston's Morning Show contributor and radio talk show host Cleverley Stone, He also shares the story of how po' boy sandwiches arrived in Houston.Read the full article