Awards and Press
For over 10 years, BB’s has brought authentic Tex-Orleans food to all you AMAZING Cajuns and Cajunistas of the Bayou City. We are so grateful for all of our loyal customers who push us to always innovate new and exciting ways we can better serve y’all. But. Sometimes, it is nice to be recognized by Read More.
Since June of 2019, we have proudly served up the most divine Cajun delights for brunch Maw Maw could imagine! From boudin biscuits to blackened shrimp Benedicts to mascarpone-stuffed French toast done Bananas Foster style we have loved every minute of brunching with you and your weekend crew! A big thank you to 365 Things Read More.
We’re so happy to see that CultureMap has named-dropped our Tex-Cajun fries as one of their local french fry favorites! Thank you for DA LOVE! We’re so happy to be cooking great food for great people like you! Read the full article here.
The Cougar 100 Program, in its fourth year, is a bold new UH annual tradition that identifies, recognizes and celebrates the world’s fastest-growing UH Cougar-owned and Cougar-led businesses. Over 4,000 companies worldwide are owned and led by UH alumni, and the Cougar 100 demonstrates to all that we are among the finest commercial and industry Read More.
I have made it a habit of looking around for new places to eat in Houston. There are restaurants on every single corner, so it seems. Some places look like little houses but they’re really restaurants. Some places look like hotels but they’re really restaurants. Some places look like bars but they’re really restaurants. The Read More.
For when need some grub to soak up the night’s festivities (or you’re just craving breakfast tacos at 1 a.m. — no judgment, we’ve been there). Continue Reading
BB’s Café has won FIRST PLACE at the Houston’s City Voter website under the category Cajun/Creole – Best of 2015 View the entire list here.
Voted best late night spot by Houston Business Journal!
BB’s Cafe won Best Cajun Restaurant 2009 in the Houston Press Best of competition.“BB’s Cajun Cafe isn’t entirely Cajun. Sure‚ the oyster poor boy with big‚ gooey crusted oysters is plenty Cajun…” View Article