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Best Of 2014: Cajun/Southern

Slap-ya-momma good food, in the best of Cajun tradition, continues to be served at Springs Orleans. But that's not all this downtown spot offers. "We have started a Sunday $19.99 brunch that features carved turkey and prime rib," says owner Perry R. Sanders. "Our customers have really grown to love the value." In addition, he says, the restaurant has just gotten a building permit to expand into the space adjacent to La Baguette. "It will have a walk-up, New York-style point-of-sale counter with salads, pastries, smoothies and a gift shop to buy various items from the restaurant and the Mining Exchange Hotel." — Bret Wright

Bites 2013: Beignets and Café Au Lait

It's as close as you're going to get to Café Du Monde locally, especially if it's summertime and you're sitting in the alleyway between the Mining Exchange and Springs Orleans. You accept that you're going to walk away with powdered sugar either on your face or clothes, but it's worth it for that sweet fried dough. In between bites you sip your creamy coffee — One free refill? Be still my heart! — and you ponder other perfect marriages in the food and drink world, losing your train of thought sometime around the next bite. ($2.49 each)

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