Bayou Bakery

Bayou Bakery, web site, 1515 N. Courthouse Road, Arlington, VA, 703-243-2410 (Metro Trip Planner – opens in new window) [Google | WaPo | City Paper | Don Rockwell | Yelp | Gayot]

Not bad but not great either. A fun place to sit and hang out. The Andouille I quite like. The cheese plate is a good snack. The more complex dishes can be a bit of a sludge. They are supposed to have good baked goods and many people enjoy the coffee with the chicory; that is not for me. I am happy to go if I am nearby but I would not make a special trip to this place. Still, I am glad it is there.

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One Response to Bayou Bakery

  1. ALB says:

    Unfortunately, the beignets are only so-so. They don’t poof properly, and are more dense than they ought to be. They are also served with an inauthentically scant amount of powdered sugar, to people who eat them with a fork and knife, by servers who cannot properly pronounce the names of the parishes.

    But I should go back to try the andouille.

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