Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen opened a Downtown location of its popular Cajun concept in early 2017, settling into a 9,000-square-foot space in the southwest corner of the George R. Brown Convention Center. The two-level location offers patio space, counter seating and a lively open kitchen.
Cousin Pappadeaux was an old Cajun relative of H.D. Pappas, a Greek immigrant who traveled to America in 1897 and opened numerous restaurants in Texas and beyond. A wise Cajun cook, Cousin Pappadeaux taught H.D. the magic and mystery of Cajun cooking.
Pappadeaux serves up the freshest seafood and Louisiana-style favorites like blackened opelousas filet, crawfish & shrimp fondeaux and seafood gumbo. The menu offers a great selection including a wide variety of fresh, flavorful fish, giant salads, rich and delicious appetizers, complemented by a carefully designed specialty drink menu, and finished off with homemade, delectable desserts so huge you’ll be able to share them with the family.
Greater Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau – Member