If you can't get to New Orleans but want to experience some of their signature dishes, give Slate's a try. Two in our party had the gumbo and I had the crawfish etouffee. Last time I had that it was made by a true cajun in Breaux Bridge, LA - the crawfish capitol of the world. I can honestly say Slate's was almost that good. The waitress had warned me it was spicy which it was however it was the 'good' type of spicy rather than just adding more hot sauce to kick up the heat. The flavors melded into a wonderful, memorable meal. There was also a rounded loaf of crusty bread which went well with our entrees. We had three appetizers: the crab cake which was all crab - no filler, broiled oysters with parmesan, garlic and white wine and fried oysters tostados. All were delicious altho small portions. As an after dinner drink our choice was the milk punch - all I can say about that is...yum! Service was excellent and all in all it was a wonderful night out.
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