Sazerac is an upscale restaurant with a southern menu heavily influenced by its Seattle location, both in terms of ingredients and the Seattle fusion flair that pervades most area restaurants. The food ends up generally quite good. My favorites are the crawfish, duck, and andouille sausage gumbo and the catfish, but most things I've tried on the menu have been delicious. If you're a barbecue connoisseur, stay away from the pulled pork as you're bound to be disappointed. A little pricier than most places of its quality for lunch, but still a good buy given the portion size and delectable food. Service is competent, but nothing to rave or rant about. The Happy Hour specials are excellent, both drink and food-wise, especially the pate.