Okra’s was opened at the corner of Center and Battle streets in Manassas in October 1998.
It was the place that brought “New Orleans to Manassas” including the first Mardi Gras parade complete with marching bands, costumes, food and live music. The traditions still continue today and Okra’s growing list of events now includes crawfish boils, local festivals and the addition of a sidewalk café. Over the years, Okra’s has grown into a cornerstone business and has become the heart of Old Town’s Entertainment District.
As a popular gathering place for locals and area visitors, Okra’s guests can be found nightly enjoying happy hour specials, chatting around the bar or dining on authentic Cajun cuisine.