Whether you celebrate Valentines or Galentines it is essential to have your date night planned out. Movies will be packed as well as most restaurants but if you live for the late night dates like myself then dessert dates are right up your alley. Joe and I often have dates where we go out late at night and load up on dessert and when we do that we go to Razzoo’s.
This post has been a long time coming but because of my health I have not had a chance to write it until now. Joe and I had the privilege of going to Razzoo’s in Lubbock for the soft opening to try some amazing food. We had a blast. Honestly I think one of the most memorable things of that night was a lady, who I assume is a manager, came out to greet Joe and I and said she recognized me from my blog. As a blogger that is such an uplifting experience and was a huge highlight to our night.
So let’s talk food, atmosphere, and all that jazz!!! As we walked in to get our name on the list we were greeted at the door and given mardi gra beads that we decided to hang in our house after we got home. It was so much fun and really was a great way to enhance the Razzoo’s experience.. it completely added a different dynamic to our meal, plus if we had Joshua with us it would have given him something to play with while we waited!
“High energy! Lots of fun! Amazing service and phenomenal food!”
That one statement is what you can expect from Lubbock’s newest restaurant. If you are a first time guest or if you have been there a hundred times Razzoo’s will always be an experience. Last Thursday I had the opportunity to tour Razzoo’s and ask Nathan Teague, the general manager, a few questions about what to expect once it opens on August 27th so that you know what to expect from this new cajun restaurant. Nathan has worked with the company for 11 years so he was definitely the person to talk to about the Razzoo’s experience.