Where Big City Southern Meets Homegrown Goodness
One of Memphis, Tennessee’s jewels sits at the corner of the walk- or trolley-only leg of Main and Monroe Streets. One visit, and you’ll soon realize why its chef/owner recently earned the title Memphis Restaurant Association’s Restaurateur of the Year.
By Angela E. Thomas / photography by Ashlee Nobel
Felicia Suzanne Willett’s love for all things culinary began as a child. She spent summers and school breaks with her maternal grandmother in Hoxie, Ark., just 30 minutes from her hometown of Jonesboro. “Biscuits and fried chicken … it was all biscuits and fried chicken,” Willett said. “In fact, one of the first things I remember cooking was fried chicken. I talked a babysitter into letting me stay up and cook for my mother, who was out on a date. I don’t even know if I had instruction.”
2400 Cantrell Road
Little Rock, AR 72202
The perfect combo for a night on the town. Cajun's is famous for its fabulously fresh seafood, aged Angus Beef, and full-flavored good times. Come enjoy the great food and fun atmosphere, including our famous deck overlooking the Arkansas River.
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