One of the first forays into Cajun cuisine in Charleston is thankfully the best we’ve seen so far. LoLA brings an unexpected and delicious fusion cuisine to a city that is awash with shrimp and grits, benne wafers, and she-crab soup. Serving New Orleans classics like etoufee and jambalaya is what keeps patrons coming in droves but the best thing about LoLA is the weekly Crawfish Boil. It’s fun enough to keep your Tuesdays set aside for shucking and sipping potent cocktails. The po’ boys are no slouch either and come served on crusty baguettes, packed to the brim with fresh seafood. Between the po’boys, oysters, crawfish, and seafood mac and cheese, you’re bound to find something that satisfies that Cajun fix you’ve been looking to fulfill. In addition to the fabulous food, LoLA’s casual, friendly atmosphere is positively infectious and will keep you returning to this neighborhood joint. Seafood sandwiches and great service? Count us in. —Suzanne Cohen (Dish, Summer 2018)

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