The Lost Cajun in
Greenville, South Carolina
The Lost Cajun in Greenville, South Carolina

The Lost Cajun in Greenville, South Carolina

Location: 
3612A Pelham Rd   Greenville, SC   29615
864-605-7117
Hours: 
Currently closed
Sun - Thu: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
Open every day (except Christmas Day)

The Lost Cajun in Greenville, South Carolina

Now Hiring!! To Apply, Please Fill Out This Application (Click Here to Download)

Please email us your application by sending it to Clayton: cme4d@virginia.edu




Another Lost Cajun!

We continue to be amazed by the great people that want to be Lost Cajuns! Clayton Eaddy came to Denver by way of North Carolina in 2011. When his family came to visit, they were wandering through the mountains and by pure chance, visited The Lost Cajun in Frisco.

While having lunch, Clayton and his family overheard another guest ask me if there were any plans to franchise, so I told them that it was in the works but didn't know when. Clayton's Mom, Moms are so smart, told him that he should inquire about franchising too because of the southern atmosphere, cooking, and hospitality.

Three years later Clayton made the decision to move back home to Greenville, South Carolina and bring the food and culture of The Lost Cajun with him.

Clayton comes from a restaurant back ground, having spent time with Chick-fil-A and Jimmy Johns. His knowledge of multi-franchise groups is a welcome addition to The Lost Cajun family.

Clayton is committed to opening several stores in the Greenville metropolitan area, to bring our unique culture, atmosphere, and great food to everyone!

Welcome Aboard Sir!

Griff & Jon
"The Lost Cajuns"

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COME GROW WITH US!

Our family is growing! As the word spreads around the country about our great food, unique atmosphere and one of a kind culture, people from everywhere are asking the same questions over and over, "What makes a Lost Cajun so special"? and "How do I get a Lost Cajun in my home town"?

Well my friends the answer is pretty simple, it starts with courtesy and respect and three simple words, Please, Thank You and You're Welcome!

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