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A Sports Bar Slinging Cajun Cuisine Will Soon Open in the Dallas Design District

Get ready for spicy seafood, daiquiris, and a sports bar vibe at N’awlins

Boiled crawfish with corn, potatoes, and sausage
Spicy seafood boils are en route
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N’awlins, a new sports bar that will turn out spicy Cajun cuisine, is headed to a familiar space in the Dallas Design District.

Permit applications filed with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission indicate that the bar will open at 1400 Hi Line Drive Suite 116, taking over the space recently vacated by Primo’s Tex-Mex. Originally expected to debut this summer, the restaurant’s debut was pushed back by construction delays, but a representative for the restaurant tells Eater that construction on the space is currently underway.

When it opens, expect N’awlins to be a haven for both sports enthusiasts and lovers of Cajun cuisine. In addition to typical sports bar fare like wings and nachos, Cajun favorites like gumbo, po’ boys, and spicy seafood boils will also be on offer. On the cocktail side, the restaurant will focus on frozen daiquiris, a New Orleans staple. “Our entire kitchen staff are New Orleans natives with a combined 50 years of experience in preparing the cuisine, so the food will be very authentic,” the rep said.

No official opening date for N’awlins has been set just yet, but expect it to arrive sometime before the end of the year. Stay tuned for an update.