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Jazz A Louisiana Kitchen

217 N Stadium Blvd

Welcome to your Authentic French Quarter Cafe, featuring fine Cajun/Creole cuisine!  For over 25 years, Jazz has brought the taste, sights and sounds of New Orleans to six locations in Texas, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska.

With a diverse menu sure to please any appetite at prices that will not break your wallet, let Jazz bring a little spice into your life.  Jazz also offers a variety of menu items designed for a lighter palate, with the friendliest staff this side of the Mississippi to serve your every need.


Beverly Schooler

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
My husband and I had not ate together for the days due to me traveling. When I got home it was my birthday and I wanted to eat at Jazz. We both had the full order of catfish, hush puppies and sweet potato fries. We each had a 1/2 & 1/2 tea to drink. Both of us in the Wee morning hours, me about 1:30 a.m. woke with severe stomach cramps and extremely ill. I tried to talk to the GM, but the ladies there would never put me thru to him. I am 100%positive we got some form of food poison from the food. BEWARE!!

William Shirley

Sunday, June 10, 2018
Drove from the St. Louis area to meet our son from KC for lunch on a Saturday. My mom accompanied us. The fried pickles were delightful. My wife had alligator bites and my son had fried shrimp. Also excellent. My mom and I had lunch portions. The place was fairly busy for a Saturday lunch.

Benjamin Church

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
I had, overall, a very disappointing experience. Though sitting at the bar and seeing the bartender (and one server that was back there) taking plenty of time to text, wander around, eat, etc-- it took forever to not only get service, but for things like my drink to be delivered, order to be taken, etc. Also, I asked for advice on a few items as I was hoping to eat as much seafood as possible- I was advised the seafood pasta. A big plate of sub-Olive Garden quality pasta and sauce with, I kid you not, two forkfulls of baby (read: cheap) shellfish. I am advising other friends and colleagues that have expressed interest to avoid and go to Glenn's instead. One star: .5 for having Abita on tap and .5 for the fried oysters.

Don Jamerson

Friday, May 25, 2018
Always great food. Waitress was terrific and the owner came out to the table and visited with us. Never disappoints

Kyle Griffin

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Awesome staff and atmosphere, and best oysters you'll find! live music always GREAT!

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