As life-long Yankees, we have absolutely no knowledge of what real Cajun food tastes like. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, we can state that our multi-generational family had a lovely dinner and drinks at Parish. We all ordered different entrees and appetizers, and no one was disappointed. I tried the vegan (tofu) jambalaya, which would undoubtedly make a real Cajun cringe, and found the tofu, fresh green beans and broccoli stewed just right. The portion was a little too large for my liking, but it's probably an average size. Fish dishes were well received by others. For dessert, we sampled the beignets, which tasted and felt just like the beignets we tried once in New Orleans. They were piping hot and delicious.
The view from the outdoor seating area is absolutely stunning in the evening. Sometimes live bands play in the courtyard below. Our server was gracious and helpful with our youngest family member. I would definitely return in the summer or again in the fall. The indoor seating area is rather small, and I'm not sure we would attempt to eat inside with small children, mainly to avoid cruelty to other diners.
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