How ‘Super Bowl’ became ‘Super Cajun’ for New Orleans restaurant

When “Super Bowl” became “Super Cajaun” in the 1960s, it was not the first time a New Orleans eatery was dubbed the Super Bowl.

But as the popularity of the game rose and fell with the popularity and success of the sport, many diners began to refer to the “Super Diners Club” as the Super Diners Restaurant, a nod to its popularity as the place to go to when the game was in progress.

The name stuck, but the name of the restaurant changed as the New Orleans area became more crowded, and the restaurant itself began to become more like a restaurant.

The restaurant in question changed its name to the Super Cajuns Restaurant in the 1970s, and in 1990 it opened up for the first Super Bowl of its kind.

The owner of the Super-Cajun-themed restaurant, Bill Cade, died in 2017, but his daughter is said to be a close confidant of his.

“When I first started working at the Superdiners Club, my dad was really a big influence on me,” she said in a 2016 interview with the Times-Picayune.

“He taught me how to work and how to live my life.

He taught me that the SuperDiners Club was something that he wanted to help people have a chance to have.”

It wasn’t until 2011 that the restaurant expanded to a larger venue in the heart of the New York City borough of Queens.

A restaurant chain that is part of the same chain as the Cajups in New Orleans, the restaurant now has more than 300 locations around the world.

The New Orleans Super Diner Club has since expanded to the Los Angeles area, and this year it will open its doors to the public for the Superbowl festivities in Los Angeles.