Taste of New Orleans coming to Wolflin Square


By Ben Egel │ July 22, 2017
Hoffbrau Steaks partner and Ye Olde Pancake Station owner Mike Fogiel was riding his motorcycle through Pagosa Springs, Colo., when he went to a dinner that would change his business portfolio. Fogiel liked his meal at The Lost Cajun so much that he plans to open the restaurant’s 13th location by the end of the year in Wolflin Square. We’re talkin’ po-boys, gator bites, beignets and more from a full-service wait staff. Founded in 2012 by a New Orleans transplant living in Colorado, The Lost Cajun charmed Fogiel with its complimentary sampler platters. Each table gets small bowls of seafood gumbo, chicken and sausage gumbo, lobster bisque, red beans and rice, crawfish etouffee and jambalaya. “That’s what really set me off on liking this concept. It gave me that ‘wow’ factor,” Fogiel said. Flags, masks and Mardi Gras beads hang along the wood-lined restaurant’s walls. Zydeco music will drift out to The Lost Cajun’s patio, which can be closed off with a set of garage doors. The restaurant will replace Lone Star Wholesale at 2401 I-40 W. Frontage Road, near Eat Rite Health Food & Restaurant on the shopping center’s north end.


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