Ragin’ Cajun, likely Downtown’s most subterranean crawfish vendor, is packing up and crawling out of the tunnels beneath the McKinney Place Garage at 930 Main St., a reader notes this week. (That’ll leave its French-Quarter-evocative retail space open for more underground restaurant turnover; the garage most recently saw the swapout of a Prince’s Hamburgers branch for Time for Thai, amid other nearby culinary tunnel shuffles). The shop’s other locations are still open, per signage left behind at the scene.
- Previously on Swamplot: A Pair of Departures from the Former Two Shell Plaza Tunnels; The Cheesiest New Addition to the Downtown Tunnel Spread; Time for Thai Moving In on Prince’s Tunnel Territory Near Departed High Tower Deli; Former Downtown Tunnel ATM Site To Dispense Breakfast Paraphernalia Instead; all tunnel coverage
wont miss it…
That space is a very high traffic area in the tunnels
can we get an investigative report on the Express Rolls in the tunnels? They both closed simultaneously a couple of months ago but never moved anything out. Just pulled the gate down/locked the door but otherwise untouched.
all i could find on express rolls was a defamation suit against a former employee last year. its crazy that they opened all these locations at once and then closed them all down so soon after. their website appears to be down too.