Enjoy our featured Flavors of Fall
$8 Frozen Bellini
A delicious mix of champagne & Vodka topped with Circoc Peach
$9 Cher La Fresca
Vodka, Don Julio Tequila, Fresh Watermelon & Fresh Mint, with a Splash of Cranberry served on the rocks
Calling All LSU Tiger Fans!
Spend Game Day With Us!
Big Screens + Great Food + Tasty Drinks = SCORE!
Rise & Shine! Beignets are here!
Rise & Shine on the weekends with our new Beignets!
Available Saturdays & Sundays from 8-10:30am
We now serve chicory coffee too!
Celebrate Mother’s Day at Her Favorite Restaurant
On May 12th, she and her party will enjoy 20% off!
Valid all day only on 05.12.19 and cannot be combined with any other promotions or discounts.
Thanks to all our patrons!
Orleans Seafood Kitchen would like to thank all of its patrons for helping to make this year’s Fat Tuesday celebration a huge success. Our promotional checklist referenced beer, bugs, beads and band, so how did we do? Here’s a little recap on how that checklist played out:
35 gallons of our Frozen Hurricanes were flowing along with a ton of beer
Over 500 lbs. of crawfish were sold
Over 1,100 beads were tossed from the OSK balcony
The band was great and had everyone dancing all day long
Thanks again to everyone who helped make the day special at OSK!
-Chance & Marcus
Thursday, April 26, Orleans Seafood Kitchen celebrated its 10-year anniversary in Katy with a Mardi Gras-themed celebration featuring live zydeco music by Jabo “Texas Prince of Zydeco,” drink specials and thousands of pounds of boiled crawfish. Hundreds of guests were on hand throughout the day to enjoy the festivities and authentic Cajun food. “We were so excited to see so many new faces in addition to our regulars,” commented co-owner Chance Comstock after the event. “It was so great to share our success with these friends, and we’re eager to see where the next 10 years takes us.”
Join us Thursday, April 26, as Orleans Seafood Kitchen celebrates its 10-year anniversary with a Mardi Gras Party featuring a rocking zydeco band, hundreds of pounds of fresh crawfish, and amazing beer and hurricane specials.
It was in April 2008 that Chance Comstock and Marcus S. Payavla opened to doors of Orleans Seafood Kitchen, fulfilling their vision to bring authentic Cajun food to Katy, Texas. The response was astounding, and 10 years later they are still going strong.
Chance and Marcus attribute their success to the attention to detail that comes with being on site every day. It is that attention to detail and their commitment to customers, employees and community that set Orleans Seafood Kitchen apart from the less personal, big box competition.
The future looks bright for Orleans Seafood Kitchen, which recently launched a food truck to help spread the New Orleans love.