We wanted a place to learn to dance to zydeco, and this quaint, locals favorite, provided it. We had food, too, and it was all right--nothing exciting, but edible, interesting, and cheap. The real appeal here, and it's obvious from the locals who crowd in, is the zydeco and the decent-sized dance floor. We watched the dancing for a few minutes, thought we had the steps, and then a patron--who said he visits six times each year, driving all the way from Tennessee--asked us if we needed help. As it happened, we didn't, and we joined with locals for several rounds of Cajun two-step. If you want local flavor, want to know what folks in the area do for entertainment on a Friday night, this is the place. If you want haute cuisine, well, you'll be disappointed.