Are you looking for recommendations?
If so, I have a few:
McGee's Cafe & Bar in Henderson - http://www.mcgeeslanding.com/cafe.html
Wonderful étouffée, Plus they have good Cajun music on the weekends. More rustic and intimate than Pat's, but still some room for dancing.
Pat's Fisherman's Wharf - also in Henderson - http://www.seafoodrestauranthenderson...
Can get very busy most nights.
Cafe des Amis in Breaux Bridge - http://www.cafedesamis.com/
A must for brunch. Don't pass up their breakfast appetizers, either.
Prejean's in Lafayette - http://prejeans.com/
Étouffée, "half&half"' and usually a house band playing.
Randol's in Lafayette - http://www.randols.com/
Their Cajun "BBQ" Shrimp are to die for, and a house band - good sized dance floor, too.