Try Red Beans and Rice at Riverbend Restaurant & Bar
The sauce is very thick, its flavor a lovely balance of its traditional components: onion, celery, a ham hock or some other stock-friendly piece of pork. As is usual, the sauce has a whisper of heat. (If you want, both Tabasco and Crystal hot sauces are available.) The beans are firm in texture, and the smoked sausage adds brightness, savor and spice.
An added reason to love this dish: It costs $7.95 and, unless you're starving or feeding a parasite as well as yourself, can be stretched over two meals.