Local Loveland Restaurant Serves It Up Southern Style

Loveland restaurants like Mo’Betta Gumbo offer residents and guests to our picturesque area an opportunity to enjoy unique dining experiences at local establishments. When you’re craving authentic Cajun and Creole recipes, there’s no need to head south. Chef Clay Caldwell at Mo’Betta serves up classic southern dishes with his own signature flair daily, right here in Loveland.

141 E 4th St Loveland CO 80537-Small Patio at moBetta Gumbo

 

Southern Dish- moBetta Gumbo

 

Come in and sit down for a relaxing meal filled with southern flavors, many of the dishes inspired from Chef Caldwell’s family recipes. Enjoy classics like Hush Puppies and Fried Oysters — two perfect meal starters, followed by an entrée of savory jambalaya with Andouille sausage, shrimp, ham, and the “trinity” of green bell peppers, onions, and celery.

Chef Caldwell takes classic southern favorites and enhances each with his own distinctive style. Shrimp and Grits, find it on Mo’Betta Gumbo’s Signature Main Course list, gets a twist with the addition of Asiago cheese, while the Mac & Cheese Any Way brings home the ooey-gooey deliciousness with white cheddar. And you don’t want to miss the Catfish Creole, served over rice and smothered in gumbo.

Skip the boring, same-old sandwich shops and choose a Po’ Boy from Mo’Betta Gumbo, the only Loveland restaurant serving up a selection of these authentic gems. What’s a Po’ Boy, you ask? It’s a Louisiana tradition! Popular in New Orleans and across the state of Louisiana, the Po’ Boy typically stars fried shrimp, oysters, and crawfish. At Mo’Betta you can try a variety of mouth-watering Po’ Boys that include the traditional fried shrimp as well as fried oysters, crawfish (order the Dirty Delta Style!), and even a jumbo crab cake Po’ Boy.

Looking for southern comfort food, but want to keep things a bit lighter? Check out the original salads only found at Loveland’s Mo’Betta Gumbo. It’s green goodness, from the Rampart Shrimp Salad with zesty sautéed shrimp and remoulade sauce to the Mo’Betta House Salad with toasted, sugared pecans and a fresh raspberry vinaigrette.

Don’t forget to cap the meal off with classic beignets and a specialty moonshine. Mo’Betta is home to dozens of moonshine flavors plus mixers and signature cocktails like the Mo’Betta Mama. And when you want to share your favorite Mo’Betta Gumbo southern comfort food with friends, family, and colleagues, just give us a call for catering. We’re your only Loveland restaurant to cater genuine Cajun, Creole, southern favorites for any occasion.

About: Chef Clay

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