TripAdvisorThe Cajun is Back!!!
After years of running Hermosa's best Cajun Restaurant out of a food truck and Susie's Bar and Grill, the Ragin' Cajun is back! The new restaurant is at 525 S. Sepulveda in Redondo Beach. My husband and I were lucky enough to be vacationing in Southern California and were told when we visited the Cajun on Wheels truck about the opening-- we went the day after it reopened. The restaurant was packed with happy customers, and the service was a little rough (large crowd in new restaurant) but the food was every bit as amazing as it was in Hermosa. I had the grilled catfish, my husband had the blackened salmon. Yum! I can't wait to go back to California and eat at the Ragin Cajun again! ... read more

My RedondoRagin Cajun Cafe grand opening set for this weekend
Ragin’ Cajun is back in the Beach Cities. The restaurant that saw itself reincarnated as a food truck when it lost its lease in Hermosa Beach will host the grand opening of its Redondo Beach location this weekend... more

Ragin Cajun to open in South Redondo Beach
It’s baaack: local restaurant Ragin Cajun is moving into the old Chaba Thai restaurant on Pacific Coast Highway in South Redondo Beach... more

Daily BreezeRagin' Cajun Cafe and Moonshine Bar in Redondo Beach keep the good times rolling
On a crazy Saturday night at the born-again Ragin’ Cajun Cafe and Moonshine Bar, brought back to life in what used to be Chaba Thai Bay Grill in Redondo Beach, owner Steve Domingue (or was it co-owner Steve Hodges?) stood in the middle of the room, packed with exuberant locals, where he raised a glass and cried out: “The Ragin’ Cajun is back!” The crowd went wild... more

SOUTH BAY FOODIES
The Ragin Cajun Cafe Opens in Redondo Beach!

While the Ragin Cajun returned as Suzy’s Ragin Cajun in Hermosa Beach, the new Redondo Beach location brings back the complete Ragin Cajun food experience from their original restaurant.

A complete remake of Chaba Thai Bistro was performed and the result is a colorful and bright new interior with antiques from South Louisiana. There’s even a signed football helmet from the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns... more

Ragin Cajun, Stephen Domingue on the Adam Carolla Show



LA WeeklyWatching him tease, entice and cajole passersby to try food from his Ragin Cajun truck (@cajunonwheels), it's hard to believe that Stephen Domingue ever had a problem with self-promotion... more

The Great Food Truck RaceAs seen on Season 1's show
Hermosa Beach Patch
Easy Reader - Cajun Hits Reality TV

2nd Annual Mardi Gras Bash with Rick Dees
Live New Orleans music kept the fun going, with mouth-watering Louisiana delicacies provided by celebrity chef & star of the Food Network’s Food Truck Wars, The Ragin’ Cajun, Stephen Domingue! ... more



2014 South Bay's Best & Favorite
Ragin Cajun has been awarded 2014 Daily Breeze South Bay's Best Cajun/Creole Food and South Bay's Favorite Caterer.

2014 Best Cajun Food 2014 Best Caterer


Dining With DillsDining with Dills TV & Radio Show
Peter Dills is your Southern California food critic, helping find the best in dining experiences, extraordinary food and wine, and culinary experiences interviews Stephen on his talk show Dining with Dills, December 22, 2012.

Louisiana Pick Your Passion Stephen and the Ragin Cajun team keep the menu items limited to only the best, most authentic Cajun dishes, as they continue with their mission to bring the best of Cajun cuisine to more and more people... more

Los Angeles TimesHere's how Jockey, Joe Talamo kicks back away from the track... "One of my favorite places to eat is the Ragin' Cajun in Hermosa Beach, and I'll tell you what, I'm from Louisiana, and that restaurant is pretty authentic. The owner's name is Steven, and he's from Lafayette. I've tried some other Cajun places, but to me, Steve's place is the best. I like the fried crayfish tails and the shrimp etouffee. They play Cajun music, and it's almost like a party in there, the place is just alive!" ... more

'The Great Food Truck Race' launches with Louisiana flavor on wheels
The boss of the Ragin’ Cajun truck, Stephen Domingue, migrated from Lafayette to southern California nearly two decades ago. “I came here with nothing, and I opened April Fool’s Day 1992,” Domingue said during a recent telephone interview. “Four tables. Big.” His place, The Ragin’ Cajun Café, made its mark with recipes from Domingue’s “mama’s mama’s mama,” he said, and eventually expanded to 16 tables and then to 32... more

Holly Stephey of Red Velvet Media goes wild with Ragin Cajun & The food network!
Listen to Holly of Red Velvet Media on Blogtalk Rado as she talks to old friend and owner of Ragin Cajun Stephen Domingue... listen

Easy ReaderStephen Domingue is still ragin’
One spring day in Lafayette, Louisiana, in 1988, Stephen Domingue climbed into his red, smoke-blowing Nissan Sentra, solely with the clothes on his back, a few bucks in his pocket and his at-the-time girlfriend, an aspiring actress, in his passenger seat... more

Past Awards & Recognition
Best Of Beach Best Cajun Restaurant
Best Of The Beach 2010
Zagat Easy Reader
Beach Reporter  

Roaming HungerRoaming Hunger Featured Food Truck
After 20 years in the South Bay, Stephen Domingue took his ragin’ cajun menu to the streets. Between his appearance on The Food Network and his awards at the 2012 Palm Springs Food Truck Festival, we were talked to Stephen to find out about his award winning food... more

Here, Eat This: The Adventures of Kiki Maraschino
First, let’s start off with Ragin Cajun. It has long been one of our go-to lunch spots. If this place were in New Orleans, I would guess it would be located on Bourbon Street. The riotous décor makes it look like a Mardi Gras float threw up on the walls. But the wooden tables, Mason jar glasses and huge selection of hot sauce on every table make it comfy and homey in spite of the profusion of green, purple and gold everywhere... more

Los Angeles Hot ListRagin Cajun named in Top 5 Cajun/Creole restuarant
three years in a row: 2009, 2008, and 2007.

Louisiana Hot Sauce
Trappey was founded in 1898, when Louisiana entrepreneur (and former McIlhenny Company employee) B.F. Trappey began growing tabasco chilies from Avery Island seed. He founded the company B.F. Trappey and Sons and, with the help of his ten sons and one daughter, began producing his own sauce, which he called "Tabasco."... more

youtubeLaissez les bons temps rouler
Food, music, fun.... Ragin Cajun in action
Long Beach Crawfish Festival:
Bennie & The Swamp Gators
The Great Food Truck Race:
Premiere Party in Hermosa Beach, CA

Interview with Stephen Domingue at Mt. SAC Food Truck Festival.
The 31 rolling restaurants also stood for something, as part of the proceeds raised at the event went to the community college’s nonprofit foundation... more

Michelle's Life in La-La Land... From Taipei to the Ragin' Cajun
Pier 上有兩家Cajun food, 據說這家是比較讚的那家, 這天又在極度飢餓下來吃了 ... more