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I just celebrated Mardi Gras there and had the Shrimp/Crawfish Boil. It was Outstanding would've been difficult to cook it any better. The Gumbo was as authentic and flavorful as any I've had; and I eat Cajun every chance I get.
Love this place, definitely...More
Stopped to get take out on my way home. The food taste like a microwaved dinner. The bar is fun. They alway have a haunted attraction during October. I would not recommend the food but would recommend the bar and the Haunted attraction.
We stopped in the bar to pick up tickets for wing fest and it was so smoky I couldn't breathe we didn't even see people smoking and it was fresh cigarette smell on top of stale smoke smell. AWFUL, we decided not to stay for...More
It's difficult to review the Beacon since it has changed many times over the years. At times it's been a popular local hangout and other times it's been dead. They are well know for their Halloween corn mazes and haunted house. They also serve cajun...More
It's not fancy. You will find all races, genders and socio-economic classes of people here. It's safe, it's cheap, the bartenders are great. Don't go with an attitude or an expectation. This isn't Wexford folks---accept it, shut up and drink.
This is a very nice place to visit and I loved the story on the back of the menu explaining how this place came about. It is a very unique place to see and visit in a quiet country setting. They have indoor and outdoor...More