We visited this beautifully remodeled turn-of the-century home, which is now a terrific restaurant, after a day at the races in Saratoga Springs, NY. We've lived in this area all our lives, but had not been to or even heard about this gem, but we know we now need to spread the word that this is one "not-to-be-missed". We arrived at 5:30Pm, just as they began to serve dinner, and since we were early, Sara, our server and daughter of the owner, gave us a quick history and tour of this beautiful restaurant as we sipped our adult beverages. I'll leave her to give you the history, when you go there, but, suffice to say, the story is fascinating. Food is fabulous with a full compliment of New Orleans dishes, but, if Cajun isn't your thing, they also have a delicious entrees and appetizers for any palate. We had the salad of the day, mixed greens w/ grilled peaches, goat cheese, and grilled tomatoes and a wonderful dressing. Appetizer was the crawfish beniges, excellent. I had a flatsteak ( thin rib eye) cooked perfectly and my wife had the shrimp creole. Both were superb and we left there stuffed to the gills. The only reservation we had would be that it wasn't clear where the place was. York Street in Saratoga is impossible to find. Try it this way. Go to the Hampton Inn (High Rock Rd.) and look across the street to a large free parking lot.....the Mouzon House is a the very end of the
lot. Drive down to that end. Park easily in the lot and get set to enjoy a wonderful dining experience.
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