Y'all know Fiesta's cooking up some fun when we go
Cajun: Fiesta loves a party, and Cajuns come from a culture that
celebrates joie de vivre ("joy of living"),
with food, family & good times.
Come on out, 'cause ev'rybody's invited, cher!
The original Cajuns of rural South Louisiana and East
Texas are descendants of French immigrants from Eastern Canada,
particularly Nova Scotia, an area known as
"Acadie." Using ingenuity, strength of
will - and legendary cooking techniques -
the Acadians, or "Cajuns," as they came to be called,
established a culinary tradition of using locally available game,
seafood & fresh seasonings to create Cajun cooking: rural
French cuisine that was born on the bayou.
Even if you're a city slicker, you can still get a taste
of Cajun Country at Fiesta's Cajun Fest. Y'all ready? Let's
Join us for crawfish boils,
zydeco music, food sampling & face painting.
Saturday, May 10 & Saturday,
May 17 -- 11 am to 7 pm
3909 N I-35 Svc Rd
5510 I-35 S
5334 Ross Ave, Dallas
2951 S Buckner Blvd, Dallas
1300 E Pioneer Pkwy, Arlington
421 W Bolt, Ft. Worth
3434 W Illinois, Dallas
1332 S Plano Rd, Richardson
8320 FM 1960
4330 Hwy 6 North
333 S Mason Rd, Katy