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Cajun Experience Closed for Good

The year-and-a-half old Cajun Experience at 1825 18th St. NW is the latest restaurant to bite the dust. Prince of Petworth floated the possibility yesterday, and the restaurant confirmed the shuttering on its Facebook page with this note:

Ladies and gentleman, we regret to inform you that Cajun Experience has closed its doors permanently. We thank you all for your support, and we appreciate your business. Customers with unredeemed coupons and vouchers can contact the third party company (living social, kgb, etc..) to find out how to obtain a refund. We wish you all the best.

Photo by Jessica Sidman

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  1. #1

    good- that shit was nasty anyway

  2. #2

    Food was over-priced, lacked in culinary concepts, and was very stingy on portions. I knew once they changed the chef that the restaurant would hit a downward spiral. What also strikes me as interesting is that the Leesburg restaurant is still open. I hope they follow suit. Because honestly - they put to shame the true Cajun dining experience.

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