Not even the waitstaff at JACKshrimp knows what goes into the famous Cajun sauce. It's a combination of spices and butter and jumbo shell-on gulf shrimp—that much we can guess . . . maybe. Served steaming in a heaping bowl of garnet-colored richness, alongside slices of warm crusty bread for dipping, the secret-recipe JACKshrimp (or the shrimpless appetizer version, simply called JACKsauce) will quickly become one of those dishes you just can't help but order every time you visit Newps. You can even get the aromatic broth spooned over a plate of vermicelli, shrimp and chicken in the dish called JACKpasta. Whatever is actually in it, we dream about JACKshrimp at night.