Pierre's Mardi Gras Cafe

★★★★★
  • 2816 S Cooper St

    Arlington, TX 76015

    Map & Directions
  • 817-557-9990

About Pierre's Mardi Gras Cafe

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Hours
Fri-Sat: 11:30am-8:30pm, Wed-Thu: 11:30am-8pm, Tue: 1:30am-8pm, Mon: 11:30pm-3pm

Food

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word of mouth toke me there and the product keeps me coming back, the best thing is , not a chain they from scratch and you can't find a close second, love the praline candy and my husband is hooked on the bread pudding.we go at least twice weekly

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★★★★★

word of mouth toke me there and the product keeps me coming back, the best thing is , not a chain they from scratch and you can't find a close second, love the praline candy and my husband is hooked on the bread pudding.we go at least twice weekly

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My wife was away, in New Orleans, for her High School Reunion. I was thinking about all of the great food she was having and I got a bit jealous. So where to go? To Pierre's mardi Gras Cafe, of course. I had the Catfish Mardi Gras - Fried Catfish covered with Crawfish Etouffe, side salad and a Green Bean combination that is ourt of this world. My daughter had a large Shrimp Po' Boy Dressed (dressed= New Orleans speak for everything on it), and we each had a soft drink. Bill $23.25. Worth every penny. Roosevelt aned Wendy Pierre are both from New Orleans, evacuated due to Katrina, and their food is just like the food that our mamas cooked. What I mean this is COOKING, this is the food that the Locals eat in New Orleans. Lucky for the DFW Metroplex that Roosevelt and Wendy located here and opened Pierre's. Great food for other New Orleanians in the area and for anyone else who enjoys New Orleans Cooking.
Don't forget to try their Pralines (that's PRA-Leens not Pray-Leens) and Bread Pudding)

PROS: Nothing Fancy, just simple good food and nice people.
Many DFW area New Orleanians meet here
CONS: None that I can think of, except if you aren't from New Orleans you might not understand people reminiscing about great food and great places to eat WHILE EATING - but that's what YATS (New Orleanians) do

5
★★★★★

My wife was away, in New Orleans, for her High School Reunion. I was thinking about all of the great food she was having and I got a bit jealous. So where to go? To Pierre's mardi Gras Cafe, of course. I had the Catfish Mardi Gras - Fried Catfish covered with Crawfish Etouffe, side salad and a Green Bean combination that is ourt of this world. My daughter had a large Shrimp Po' Boy Dressed (dressed= New Orleans speak for everything on it), and we each had a soft drink. Bill $23.25. Worth every penny. Roosevelt aned Wendy Pierre are both from New Orleans, evacuated due to Katrina, and their food is just like the food that our mamas cooked. What I mean this is COOKING, this is the food that the Locals eat in New Orleans. Lucky for the DFW Metroplex that Roosevelt and Wendy located here and opened Pierre's. Great food for other New Orleanians in the area and for anyone else who enjoys New Orleans Cooking.
Don't forget to try their Pralines (that's PRA-Leens not Pray-Leens) and Bread Pudding)

PROS: Nothing Fancy, just simple good food and nice people.
Many DFW area New Orleanians meet here
CONS: None that I can think of, except if you aren't from New Orleans you might not understand people reminiscing about great food and great places to eat WHILE EATING - but that's what YATS (New Orleanians) do

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