The Building was built in 1880 and was a long – time family home to Jean Vattier Family and its descendants. It was pasted down to different generations before being sold to commercial real estate. In 1944, it became Stormy’s Casino Royale, a burlesque show featuring Evangeline the Oyster Girl. It then became long time home to Jazz legend, Al Hirt, in 1962 . His namesake Jazz Club filled the streets with the sounds of New Orleans Jazz for 23 years, closing in 1983.
The building transitioned into a food service building in the 80’s home to 5 O’ Clock grill, then Cajun cabin hosting live Cajun music and cuisine to match. Formerly residing in the first block of bourbon, this Cajun and creole inspired restaurant boasts a down home family feel with delicious down south inspired cuisine.