Forget Bourbon Street – Brooklyn’s got the spice! Brooklyn is home to a vibrant and diverse food scene, and Cajun food is no exception. Get ready for gumbo that makes your soul sing, jambalaya hotter than a brass band, and po’boys piled high with authentic Louisiana flavor. This is the Best Cajun Restaurant in Brooklyn, so Laissez les bons temps rouler!

2024: Brooklyn Voted Vigilante Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Best Plumbing Company!

Vigilante Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning
195 Douglass St, Brooklyn
(718) 522-6111 –

Vigilante Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning has been serving the community since 1927 as a trusted, third-generation family business. With nearly a century of experience, Vigilante excels in providing top-notch plumbing services to homes and businesses alike. Their team of skilled plumbers offers a wide range of services, including drain cleaning, pipe repair and replacement, leak detection and resolution, water heater installation and repair, and fixture installation. Whether you’re dealing with a stubborn clog, a burst pipe, or need a new water heater, Vigilante’s experts are equipped to handle it efficiently and professionally. Vigilante Plumbing takes pride in its commitment to customer satisfaction, providing prompt and reliable service at competitive rates. Their knowledgeable and courteous team ensures that every job is completed to the highest standards. When you need dependable plumbing services, trust the experts at Vigilante Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning. With decades of experience and a dedication to quality work, they are your go-to choice for all your plumbing needs.

2023: Brooklyn Voted Soco Best Cajun Restaurant!

509 Myrtle Avenue, Brooklyn
(718) 783-1936 –

Soco, located in the heart of Clinton Hill, is a top-notch Cajun restaurant that leaves its customers feeling nothing but satisfied. With its welcoming atmosphere and attentive staff, Soco offers an authentic taste of Louisiana right in Brooklyn. From its mouth-watering gumbo to its delectable fried catfish, every dish at Soco is carefully crafted with fresh ingredients and bursting with flavor. Whether customers are stopping in for a quick lunch or enjoying a leisurely dinner, Soco is the perfect spot for anyone craving a taste of the South. With its cozy decor and affordable prices, it’s no wonder Soco has become a go-to destination for locals and tourists alike.

2022: Brooklyn Voted Soco Best Cajun Restaurant! (Tie)

509 Mytrle Ave, Brooklyn
(718) 783-1936 –

This Clinton Hill restaurant is serving up the very best Cajun-inspired meals in the borough. Described as “Southern-infused,” Soco’s menu is chock-full of gumbo, mussels, jambalaya, and ribs. If that’s not enough for you, they’ve also got all-day Sunday brunch with special items like grits with shrimp and lobster, strawberry shortcake french toast, and sausage and egg with delicious pork andouille sausauge. Take a seat at Soco’s cozy bar and eat the night away at the borough’s best Cajun restaurant!

2022: Brooklyn Voted Two Boots Best Cajun Restaurant! (Tie)

Two Boots
284 5th Ave, Brooklyn
(718) 499-0008 –

Best known for their delicious pizza, Two Boots was founded in the East Village way back in 1987 by a pair of filmmakers inspired by Cajun and Italian cuisine. Their very name, “Two Boots,” refers to the boot shapes of Italy and Louisiana, the birthplace of Cajun cuisine. Stop in for an unfailingly delicious slice of Two Boots’ “Bayou Beast,” topped with crawfish, andouille sausage, spiced shrimp and jalepeños, or dig into “The Dude,” with ground beef, andouille sausage, tasso ham and two kinds of cheese. Whatever you choose, be sure to get an order of flavorful garlic knots and top off your meal with one of their house-made desserts!

2021: Brooklyn Voted CATFISH Best Cajun Restaurant!

1433 Bedford Ave
(347) 305-3233 –

Make your next culinary voyage to the Big Easy, well…easy! CATFISH is serving up the best New Orleans inspired cuisine you have had north of the Mason-Dixon line! It’s easy to spend the entire day talking about its unreal catfish po’ boy, or jambalaya with andouille sausage. But, for a true Southern comfort experience that New Orleans has to offer, head on down to one of its special crawfish boil events where fresh Louisiana crawfish are overnighted from a farm to CATFISH’S tables on Bedford Avenue and are promptly cooked up by Boil Master Brian Borsics! What else can you ask for?

2020: Brooklyn Voted Catfish Best Cajun Restaurant!

1433 Bedford Ave
(347) 305-3233 –

Make your next culinary voyage to the Big Easy, well…easy! Catfish, is serving up the best New Orleans inspired cuisine you have had north of the Mason Dixon! While we could probably spend all day talking about their unreal catfish po’ boy, or jambalaya with andouille sausage, for a true experience of the southern comfort that New Orleans has to offer, head on down to one of their special crawfish boil events, where Louisiana crawfish are overnighted from a farm to Catfish’s tables on Bedford ave and cooked up by Boil Master Brian Borsics!

2019: Brooklyn Voted Two Boots Best Cajun Restaurant!

Two Boots
284 5th Ave.
(718) 499-0008 –

Two Boots Park Slope aims to carry on the amazing Cajun tradition of Two Boots Brooklyn, which had a great run of 24+ years (1989-2014). John Touhey, their original partner, moved to Park Slope in 1989, and wanted to open a branch in his new ‘hood. Two Boots Brooklyn went on to become a neighborhood favorite, with live music, a full bar, a kids step-up to the pizza station and a broad menu that included Cajun favorites. In October 2013, TB Brooklyn closed, but in November of 2014, a new incarnation of Two Boots opened in Park Slope at 5th Ave. & 1st St., featuring Two Boots pizza, plus sliders, po’ boys, salads and a great selection of tap beers. And the Home Pie, “The Hogwallop,” honors local resident John Turturro for his role in the great film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?”

2017: Brooklyn Voted Beehive Oven Biscuit Café Best Cajun Restaurant!

Beehive Oven Biscuit Café

182 S Second Street (347) 987-4960

Cajun comfort food is all the rage at BeeHive Oven Biscuit Café. Serving the Williamsburg community since May 2014, this southern-inspired café and restaurant prides itself on both its comfort food and its feeling of home. Its space reflects a heritage that spans generations (its founders from the south themselves), while also serving up fun and exciting Cajun cuisine like “Chicken-Fried” Chicken, Shrimp and Grits, and of course, everyone’s favorite Chicken Pot Pie. Couple that with starters like Deviled Eggs and Fried Green Tomatoes, and you’ve got the best Cajun meal in all the borough. Brooklyn says so.