For those who know South Austin, those who are willing to venture down there, and those who love N'awlins there's a hidden away restaurant you must go see. It's Evangeline Cafe, and it's like stepping into a shack of a place in the Big Easy with memorabilia, music, and Cajun ambiance galore. Usually, any place in a strip mall is not a first pick, but as soon as you walk into this place you'll feel anywhere but in the burbs of Austin. There's Abita, gumbo, etoufee, pistolette, and much more. There's music 6 nights a week (they're closed on Sundays) and the clientele is as different as night and day. We decided on Shrimp Etoufee and the stuffed Redfish. Pretty tasty, though I would add a little more kick to the Redfish. I rinsed all mine down with a cold Abita Root beer. Owner Curtis Clark is from Lake Charles so you know he knows what he's doing. As they say at the restaurant, "Old Austin didn't die, it just moved South". Head down Brodie Lane and check out this Cajun corner.