Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast may not be known for nightlife, but this area can certainly hold its own when it comes to Mardi Gras.
In fact, this largely opulent area has a huge number of bars and restaurants that will cater to the Cajun vibe during Mardi Gras. You're sure to be in for a treat when you try out these awesome establishments. If you’re unsure of where to go to get your taste of Big Easy cuisine and have strong drinks, here are the five best places where the New Orleans vibe is alive and well in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast.
Casper’s on Park
850 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403
In the North County suburb of Lake Park, you will find a slice of the French Quarter amid a row of strip shops. Casper’s On Park is a little place that packs a huge punch when it comes to Cajun Cuisine, with some of Louisiana’s favorites coming alive in a burst of seasoned flavors that will make any Mardi Gras celebration truly something.
3499 S. Congress Ave., Lake Worth, FL 33461
This town just south of West Palm Beach has one of the best Cajun seafood shacks in the Palm Beaches. Mr. Shrimp is famous for their shrimp, which is seasoned with Cajun spices that will have you experiencing the taste of New Orleans right in your mouth.
Racks Fish House & Oyster Bar
5 SE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444
Delray Beach is truly a gem in Palm Beach County. If you’re looking for some Cajun flair to spice up your beach trip, this is the place to visit. Racks Fish House & Oyster Bar has a menu that is oh-so-good; chief among them are the Cajun mussels — a mixture of Cajun and Florida cuisine mixed to create the perfect food for a South Florida Mardi Gras celebration.
Crawdaddy’s Grill and Raw Bar
1949 NE Jensen Beach Blvd., Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Heading north to the Treasure Coast, this Cajun restaurant is a gem that has to be unearthed for Mardi Gras. To get a true sense of the flavor of New Orleans, take a trip to Crawdaddy's Grill and Raw Bar, a Jensen Beach establishment that has a menu that is full of Big Easy character and Big Easy tastes.
89 Royal Palm Pt., Vero Beach, FL 32960
For Cajun cuisine with love, head up to Vero Beach. Here you will find Cajun Cove, a hidden establishment that, when discovered, carries a huge punch when it comes to Cajun cuisine. The food here is tremendous, and if you find yourself in Vero Beach or its surrounding area for Mardi Gras, you can’t pass up Cajun Cove.