Razzoo's Cajun Cafe groundbreaking next week

Razzoo's Cajun Cafe groundbreaking next week

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Hub City diners will have a new favorite find when Razzoo’s Cajun Café opens their doors in early 2018. The noted Cajun restaurant will break ground on a new Lubbock location at 4805 S Loop 289 on Tuesday, December 5 at 11:30 a.m.

Lubbock will be the first ever location for Razzoo’s in the South Plains area. Chris Degan, president of Razzoo’s, is excited about the new location. m“Lubbock is a perfect location for us to share the fresh-made and flavorful food for which Razzoo’s is known,” explains Degan.  “Our brand of food, fun and festivity will be a great fit for the amazing community in Lubbock.”

The restaurant is planned to be 7,400 square feet, and will seat approximately 220 diners. The restaurant will bring 100 new jobs to the Lubbock area.

City officials will join the Razzoo’s corporate team for the groundbreaking.

(press release)

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