Beck’s Cajun Cafe is in the Finals for the City Paper Readers’ Choice Awards

City Paper Readers' Choice LogoPhiladelphia’s Cajun Eatery a Finalist for Prestigious Award by the Region’s Largest Weekly Newspaper – Voting Begins Today!

Beck’s Cajun Cafe has been named a finalist for the 2013 Philadelphia City Paper Readers’ Choice Awards. Beck’s is one of only five restaurants to qualify for this prestigious award in the “Quick Bites” category. Individuals are encouraged to visit the City Paper Readers’ Choice Awards and cast their votes for Beck’s Cajun.

“We are thrilled to be nominated us for this prestigious award,” said Bill Beck, chef and owner of Beck’s Cajun Cafe. “Now the hard work begins and we are counting on everyone to vote for us in the final round.”

Beck’s Cajun Café is a popular eatery with locations at the Reading Terminal Market and 30th Street Station. Each restaurant serves authentic Cajun and Creole dishes including jambalaya, alligator gumbo, po’ boys, bread pudding and more.

Back after a four year-hiatus, The City Paper Readers’ Choice Awards honor the best services, establishments and neighborhoods in the Greater Philadelphia Area and southern New Jersey. The winners will be chosen by popular vote and announced in a special section published in the March 28 issue. To vote for Beck’s Cajun Café, please go to www.citypaper.net.

With locations at 30th Street Station and The Reading Terminal Market, Beck’s Cajun Cafe is known for its exotic, flavorful and spicy Creole cuisine with ingredients shipped direct from the Big Easy. Beck’s retails a line of Kitchen Pantry spices and sauces including Beck’s Three Devil Hot sauce, Creole Mayo, BBO onion relish and Angel, Devil and Rub-a-Dub spice rubs. A Best of Philly 2011 winner, Chef Bill Beck’s distinguished career began 25 years ago in his hometown of Philadelphia. He has won acclaim for his deft hand and has twice been showcased at Manhattan’s James Beard House. For more information about Beck’s Cajun Café, visit: www.beckscajuncafe.com.

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