After a preliminary “soft” opening a week ago, the long-awaited brick-and-mortar version of Crawdaddy’s Cajun & Creole Cuisine in Downtown Rome will open its doors for regular hours in Tuesday, August 18 at 11am.
After three years serving to a bit of a cult following of Cajun food lovers in the Rome-Floyd County area, the 239 Broad Street location gives guests a full-service atmosphere, with much of the same menu.
“These past weeks have been filled with anticipation, training and some limited seating for some of our fans who so graciously allowed us to cook for them,” Crawdaddy’s told fans via social media Sunday morning. “While, we had some logistics issues we have been working through, the food is as good or better than ever.”
Business hours will be Tuesday through Friday from 11am to 9pm, and Saturday from 10am to 9pm.
Patrons might also note that the establishment’s beer and wine license is temporarily delayed, as the application clears, according to Crawdaddy’s ownership.