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Better wear the elastic-waistband jeans to NoNo's Cafe, a Southern-style eatery that serves comfort food in the extreme. NoNo's features food so bad (for you) it's good, from big, bacony breakfasts to an outrageous stacked macaroni and cheese that's served as a heaping accompaniment to many entrees. NoNo's also satisfies a New Orleans jones with gumbo, catfish dishes and every imaginable kind of po' boy sandwich; beignets and chicory coffee are nice, authentic touches. If it's a light meal you're after, stay far away from NoNo's, where even the grilled salmon comes covered in a creamy sauce. But if you're looking for a big, fat feast, NoNo's will surely do the trick.
Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend, which means everyone will be turning their attention to New Orleans, where the annual championship game will be played. If you weren't able to make it to the Big Eas... More »
With Cajun on the brain this week, I made a run down to Littleton for NoNo's Cafe, long a local favorite among a certain clientele despite its decidedly Cracker Barrel-lite style of decor and inauspicious strip-mall location. Who, exactly, is... More »
NoNo's Cafe just celebrated its third birthday, and although the restaurant is growing up, it hasn't grown away from its family-friendly roots. From the start, despite its location in a strip mall, owners Brian and Sonda Brewster wanted to... More »
Good homestyle cooking. Friendly atmosphere. Reasonable prices. Sounds like an advertisement for one of those chain restaurants that bills itself as your neighborhood eatery, doesn't it? Yeah, your neighborhood and the neighborhoods of three... More »
NoNo's is an emphatic YesYes. You will enjoy the delightfully warm and inviting atmosphere combined with the best southern cooking this side of the Mississippi. The service is second to none being affable and attentive from the moment you arrive to your departure. The next best aspect, next to the cuisine of course, is the relaxed environment allowing you to stay as long as you like without feeling rushed or pressured to leave. Everything I ordered made my taste buds dance, their food without exception is ambrosia. Sincerely, John and Kendra Siri
Most cajun food is overly salty, or overly spicy. Not authentic and home made like this is. You will want to lick the plate...every time! Dont' go here if in a hurry, though...the service CRAWLS...the owners don't manage the floor worth a damn, but the food is WORTH it. The menu rotates several wonderful recipes, and at the same time keeps several on there all the time...so you can always get something familiar, an o,d favorite, or if you've been in a lot lately, ythere's always a "newer" item available, some favorite that rotated through...great idea, and if you haven't been, you NEED to go!
The blackened catfish is always awesome. Mayme's Macaroni & Cheese and Corn Maque Choux are must have sides. The servcie can be a little slow when they are busy but its worth the wait. Sonda and Brian do a great job!
It's a big yes, yes to NoNo's, a whimsically decorated eatery that focuses on Southern-style cooking, with a special emphasis on New Orleans dishes. The menu changes every two weeks, and we go hog wild whenever we hear that the ham steak is available. Pig out on a thick-cut slice of smoked pork, cooked until the fat around the edges turns translucent and starts to caramelize, then slicked with a super-sweet raisin sauce so good you'll swear it was supposed to be dessert. For still more... More »
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