Cabin Restaurant information
Two miles from River Road, this rustic old joint occupies a collection of slave dwellings and other dependencies rescued from the demolished Monroe, Welham and Helvetia plantations. The interior walls are papered with old newspapers in the same manner that slaves once insulated their rough-sawn cabin walls. Besides po’boys you can get dishes like red beans and rice with sausage. The restaurant is totally geared to serving tourist crowds, but the gumbo is pretty good.