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Places in cities emerge for like-minded people to get together and enjoy those things that make them a community, and Evangeline Cafe is such a place, a harmonic convergence of Austinites who love Cajun food, culture, hospitality, and music.A rollicking little restaurant in an innocuous South Austin strip, Evangeline was opened in 2004 by chef/owner Curtis Clarke (whose elegant mustaches are almost as famous as his cooking).Things get started on Friday nights when bands begin after the kitchen closes at 10pm.April includes swamp rockers Larry Lange's Lonely Knights and Greezy Wheels.

It also looks gorgeous, thanks to cinematographer Nicolas Karakatsanis and production designer Jade Healy.What writer/director Lee (himself from hill farming stock) catches is that their passion is welded in pragmatism.Homophobia, xenophobia, bigotry, and callousness all float beneath the surface here, but as quiet subtext.One of these creations is Oysters Contraband (.99) – six fat, fried Gulf oysters, presented on house-made potato chips and dolloped with piquant sausage rmoulade.Another is Gold Band Creole (.99), a spicy concoction of lightly fried shrimp and creole sauce served over fettuccine with Cajun aioli and Parmesan.

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