After moving across the country, a former fishing lodge owner turned restaurateur and grew a business on the back of stellar customer service.
Author: Raymond Griffin
Raymond Griffin is the founder of The Lost Cajun, a full service, family-friendly restaurant focused on authentic Cajun food and genuine Southern hospitality. Fifteen years ago, Griffin owned a fishing lodge in Louisiana until Hurricane Katrina and other big storms hit, as well as damage from the big oil spill. Having had enough, he and his late wife moved to Colorado, where they opened the first Lost Cajun location in Frisco in 2010 with no restaurant industry experience. The first franchise opened in 2013 and locations soon spread across Colorado, Texas and to such outposts as Henderson, Tennessee, and Greenville, South Carolina. Today, there are 15 restaurants open and operating in four states, with several others in various stages of development.