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The Lost Cajun restaurant spicing up food scene in Mansfield

The Lost Cajun, a Louisiana-based family-friendly restaurant focused on authentic Cajun food and hospitality, will open a new location at 1530 East Debbie Lane in Mansfield in early 2018.

The chain was founded by Louisiana-native Raymond “Griff” Griffin, who focused on providing a down-home atmosphere and southern hospitality.

The Mansfield restaurant will be owned and operated by Michael Young, a former senior engineering analyst, and his wife Nancy, who currently serves as an account executive at and insurance company.

“We are thrilled about bringing The Lost Cajun’s culture to Mansfield,” Michael said in the release. “We will offer a remarkable dining experience that is not just another sandwich shop, pizza parlor or burger joint. The Lost Cajun offers authentic, great tasting Cajun food that is not too spicy, and full of flavors. We believe the community is going to love it.”

The Lost Cajun’s menu features traditional Cajun fare, including a variety of gumbos — seafood, chicken sausage and vegetarian — red beans and rice, crawfish etouffee, lobster bisque, jambalaya and beignets for dessert.

The restaurant features an open-kitchen concept, where patrons can watch their food being cooked.

“As we continue to expand our presence in Texas, it’s critical to find the right franchise partners who are passionate about the brand,” Griff said in the release. “This is why we couldn’t be more excited about welcoming Michael and Nancy to the team. Michael and Nancy are both hardworking individuals who share the same values as we do and both will be instrumental to expanding the brand in Texas.”

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