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Oct 11, 2010 09:02 PM

Chef Mac's Louisiana Cuisine, on Harford Road

has nobody posted on this, or does the chow search engine just suck? Small operation on harford Road with a mix of cajun and southern foods.The andouille sausage sub was excellent, with a rich gravy. The barbequed pork was sliced instead of pulled. but I almost licked the plate. This is a storefront operation, with food cooked to order; nothing fancy, but it'll rub that Cajun itch you acquired in Louisian all those years ago.

End with bread pudding, and you'll be a happy camper, as long as you don't mind a place that's a bit rough around the edges. Next time I'm going to try the catfish with shrimp etoufee;

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  1. Sounds wonderful. Address please!

    1. Never heard of it, but I'm there ASAP!

        1. re: ronandaim

          they are not taking over the Parkside. As soon as I find their card on my messy table I will post it, but it is in the block below Red canoe and the Chameleon, also on the east side of the street

          Parkside Restaurant
          2901 E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21224

          1. re: crowsonguy

            That terrible auto-link feature linked to the wrong Parkside (I've removed the link). I think we are talking about the same place on Harford Road.

            1. re: ronandaim

              At the present, they are not in the former Parkside location, but in a storefront a block below Chameleon and 2 blocks below Safeway. Go and enjoy lunch or dinner there: oyster po boys, anyone?

              1. re: crowsonguy

                It's the former Alabama BBQ, 4311Harford.

        2. I'm assuming that this is a sit down sorta place. Do you know if they do carry out?

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          1. re: bebop102007

            Informal sit down with 3 or 4 tables. They also have a carryout menu

            1. re: crowsonguy

              I had some of their delicious juicy chicken last summer at the market last summer - mmm mmm good! And a huge portion. A friend got a few sides - but I dont remember which - also well appreciated. And yes, they will soon be in the old Parkside Fine Food and Spirits location at 4709 Harford Road.

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            1. to clarify the confusion above on the location... The were in the old Alabama BBQ location, but they have since moved to Parkside's previous location.

              1. re: tapas gal

                And they offer live blues & jazz on many weekend nights (this Friday & Saturday for sure) BYOB for the moment.