If you’re ready to indulge in delicious Cajun cooking and get a jump on Mardi Gras, you might want to start with Zeppelin Hall. Executive Chef Franco Robazetti and his team are creating a delicious selection of dishes that make you feel as though you have the best of New Orleans right in Jersey City. That’s not all: specialty drinks have been specifically designed to pair with the food. Bring on the party! The special menu of food and drink is available through Sunday, March 3, 2019.
A Winner of a Dinner
We stopped by the popular biergarten for dinner and we’ll definitely be back soon for more of their Cajun specialties. You won’t find a better seafood gumbo anywhere! The flavorful stew is perfectly seasoned, made with fresh shrimp and Alaskan snow crab. Other authentic dishes include shrimp and grits, NoLa crawfish boil, and Cajun salmon jambalaya with blackened salmon fillet over a seafood jambalaya. It’s hard to pick a favorite among these dishes, so don’t even try. Gather a group and share!
A fan favorite, the Po’ Boy, comes in a number of tempting varieties on thick, crusty rolls that include shrimp or a French dip. Our favorite is the Rawlins Po’ Boy. This traditional submarine sandwich is served with remoulade sauce, lettuce, and tomatoes, accompanied by sweet potato fries.
Beignets for dessert, of course! They are just as good as the square French donuts at Café
du Monde in NOLA. Zeppelin Hall’s beignets are light and fluffy, topped with Nutella and a dash of powdered sugar.
Guests will appreciate the price points as well. Generous portions of beautifully presented dishes are between $10 and $20. Bring your appetite and indulge in Cajun fare and drinks, even before Fat Tuesday. The festivities are ready and waiting for you at Zeppelin Hall!
88 Liberty View Drive
Jersey City, NJ
Convenient to both PATH and Bergen Light Rail.
Free parking is also available.
Photos courtesy of Zeppelin Hall unless otherwise noted.