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Had lunch at Ruby's, now called Nick's. What a surprise - the shrimp salad had over 30 good sized shrimp in it for $12. Easily made 2 meals! The quality of the food was exceptional. I will eat there again next time I am in...More
What an absolute gem! We visited this place with family for a pre-wedding dinner and we were not disappointed. Great local flavor and absolutely superb service! Many Cajun favorites on the menu and appetizers and desserts to die for. The crawfish etouffee and the Ruby's...More
As I've traveled throughout the country, folks have always asked me about the great food of Louisiana. Most times, they want to visit New Orleans to get some good authentic Cajun food. My advice ... if you want good Cajun food ... visit Southwest Louisiana!...More
While visiting the Depot Museum, I struck up a conversation with a local gal who invited me to lunch. She suggested Ruby's on 2nd St. We just made it for lunch, and once seated, our server took our drink orders. They had a good variety...More
We had lunch here on a Friday. They are only open for lunch on weekdays. Be sure to check times for evening meals also. The lunch included a salad, the main with 2 sides and dessert. I have the crab cake with crawfish etouffee. It...More
One of the few places open in town after we'd enjoyed a cajun concert and dance at the Liberty Center a block way, we had a nice meal in the courtyard under the stars. Good food, pleasant staff, nice evening.
The building and area are gorgeous. The staff are very friendly. The food is ok. The seafood platter is fried. Everything is heavily breaded. Breaded and fried to the point of barely being able to taste the seafood. The platter came with a side salad...More