The result of a New Orleans-born man and a local southern Illinois woman, Who Dat's Southern Food offers the diners a menu highlighting both regions. Divided into "his" and "hers," options from the New Orleans side include jambalaya, red beans and rice, and a roast-beef po' boy. "Hers" items include a hot dog topped with pulled pork, coleslaw and barbecue sauce, and the "heater" - a grilled chicken breast sandwich in Buffalo sauce with Provel. Who Dat's also offers a kids' menu. Guests can get the feel of NOLA by taking in the décor, which features masks and beads.

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The result of a New Orleans-born man and a local southern Illinois woman, Who Dat's Southern Food offers the diners a menu highlighting both regions. Divided into "his" and "hers," options from the New Orleans side include jambalaya, red beans and rice, and a roast-beef po' boy. "Hers" items include a hot dog topped with pulled pork, coleslaw and barbecue sauce, and the "heater" - a grilled chicken breast sandwich in Buffalo sauce with Provel. Who Dat's also offers a kids' menu. Guests can get the feel of NOLA by taking in the décor, which features masks and beads.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit

Parking: Free, Street


Reservations: Accepted


Attire: Casual

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