BATON ROUGE, La., Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Don's Seafood, the 84-year-old restaurant brand with six locations throughout Louisiana, announces it is featured on the NPR-affiliated radio show, Louisiana Eats!. Host Poppy Tooker brings listeners along to the Port Sulfur area, home of the Landry family's fishing camp, where third generation family members reminisce about the restaurant's storied past and share some secrets behind their iconic seafood recipes.
The episode of Louisiana Eats! first aired on Saturday, September 22. Visit New Orleans Public Radio to tune into the episode. Fans can get a sneak peek of the interview on Louisiana Eats!, Quick Bites Podcast, which aired on Wednesday, September 12.
"It was an amazing opportunity to host Poppy at our camp and have her experience our food and culture first-hand," commented Eric Mulina, COO at Don's Seafood. "We're thrilled to have such a true ambassador of Louisiana cuisine to share our story with a vast new audience."
The interview comes on the heels of a brand refresh for the restaurant, including a new logo, signage, menus, and an ongoing interior upgrade project beginning with the Covington location set to be completed Fall 2018. "We are proud of our past, but it's time to invest in our future," said Mulina. "Our guests are looking for an updated, fresh experience that mimics the fresh vibrant food we serve. The new Don's Seafood is doing just that while staying true to our homegrown roots."
To learn more about the Don's Seafood authentic Louisiana food and lifestyle, check out "The Catch" video series at https://youtu.be/S_dpCQVQFVo. For more information about Don's Seafood restaurant, visit https://www.donsseafoodonline.com/.
About Don's Seafood
Don's Seafood is an authentic Cajun seafood restaurant founded in 1934 by Don Landry. Four generations later, the Landry family has expanded the restaurant to six locations throughout the Louisiana region.
SOURCE Don’s Seafood