RAZZOO’S CAJUN CAFÉ BREAKS GROUND ON FIRST OKLAHOMA CITY LOCATION

Oklahoma City diners will have a new favorite find when Razzoo’s Cajun Café opens their doors in early 2018. The noted Cajun restaurant will break ground on their first Oklahoma location at Chisolm Creek, 316 West Memorial Road on Wednesday, February 27 at 2 p.m.

The expansion of Razzoo’s to Oklahoma City is part of a broader expansion, which has included recent openings in Pasadena and Lubbock, Texas. Chris Degan, president of Razzoo’s, is excited about the new location.

“We’ve had so many people contact us over the years asking why we haven’t moved to Oklahoma City,” explains Degan. “We’ve been looking, but the right opportunity just never presented itself. Chisolm Creek is the perfect location – it’s fun and energetic, like Razzoo’s.”

The restaurant will be approximately 7,400 square feet, and will seat 280 diners, including a massive all-weather patio. Razzoo’s opening will bring more than 100 new jobs to the Oklahoma City area.

Razzoo’s Cajun Café currently serves its authentic, fresh from scratch gulf coast dishes in 21 locations. With 20 stores in Texas and one in Concord, NC., the Oklahoma City location will be the brand’s first expansion outside of Texas since 2001.

City officials will join the Razzoo’s corporate team for the ground breaking.

WHAT:                  Razzoo’s Cajun Café Groundbreaking     

WHERE:                1316 West Memorial Road

Oklahoma City, OK 73114

WHEN:                  Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 2 p.m.

ABOUT RAZZOO’S CAJUN CAFÉ:  At Razzoo’s we try not to take ourselves too seriously.  What we do take seriously is our food and our service.  To us, nothing is more fun than treating our guests to great food and a great time in one of our restaurants.  That’s why we’re here.  Our food is authentic, it’s made from scratch every day in each restaurant and it’s darn good.  Some of it sounds a little weird, like Rat Toes (really, they aren’t) or the Grilled Gator Tail (really, it is).  Some of it is hard to pronounce, like the Shrimp Piquant or Chicken Tchoupitoulas – feel free to point when you order (that happens a lot).  We’ve been at this for over 27 years and we’ve made a lot of friends along the way.  We’d like to think that didn’t happen by accident.  So check out our menu, find the nearest location and hop in the car.  We’ll be at the door when you get here.

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