Cajun Café on the Bayou

(727) 546-6732
8101 Park Boulevard
  Pinellas Park, FL 33781 
 
 
Cajun Cafe on the Bayou

Cajun Café on the Bayou  -- Serving freshly prepared, authentic Louisiana Cuisine & Fine Craft Ale, right on the bayou!  Since 1996!

We are not your typical Cajun restaurant.  We are as well-known for our location on Cross Bayou and our large selection of fine craft ales, as we are for our authentic Louisiana Cuisine.  We do our best to keep our dining areas a pleasant and relaxing respite away from the hustle and bustle of today's modern world.  We have no televisions, no loud music, and we ask our guests to kindly use their cell phones outside and away from dining areas.  We are non-smoking, both inside and out. 

Our focus is on good food, good beer, pleasant dinner conversation and clean air!

 
 

Alligator Sauce Piquant at Cajun Cafe on the Bayou 

Cajun Cafe on the Bayou - Louisiana Cuisine

Our Menu

We are proud to serve freshly cooked, authentic Cajun and Louisiana Cuisine, made from scratch!  Our menu also offers over 75 craft ales in bottles and our 15 taps feature all Florida-brewed craft beers.

Our Beer Festivals

Our 9th Annual Fall Craft Ale Fest is scheduled for Nov 1, 2014, from 2-6pm.  This event has a history of selling out, so get your tickets early at ETIX.COM!

Our Location

We are located between Belcher and Starkey Roads on Park Blvd., in Pinellas Park, FL, right next door to the Wagon Wheel Flea Market, and as you can see from the picture above, we're set back from the road.

Details

 

Credit Cards -- We accept Visa, MasterCard, AMEX & Discover

We serve Lunch and Dinner.  Attire is casual.  We take reservations for parties of 5 or more.  Walk-Ins Welcome. 

Hours of Operation:  Wednesday - Sunday, 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Closed Monday and Tuesday.  (Hours are seasonal and subject to change.)

Phone: (727) 546-6732 or toll-free (888) 254-2446

Email:  cajuncafeonthebayou@tampabay.rr.com

 

About Our Owner, Paul Unwin

Paul is from Thornbury, near Bristol, in England.  He moved to Florida in 2003 and purchased Cajun Café on the Bayou from his father-in-law, Joe Thibodaux, that same year.  Paul became a US citizen in Sep of 2009.   Paul has travelled to Louisiana many times and has even visited the bayous with one of our first crawfish vendors.  He also travels to Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and maintains a friendship with Floyd Poche of Poche’s Market, Restaurant and Smokehouse, our sausage and Cajun meat vendor.  Paul regularly travels around the US, getting acquainted with breweries and brewers.

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