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Where to score a platter of boiled crawfish in Mid-City

(Sabree Hill, Uptown Messenger file photo)

By Marielle Songy, Mid-City Messenger

It’s one of the best seasons of the year — crawfish season. While crawfish boils might be looking a little different this year, we’re still going to be getting together to safely enjoy some delicious crawfish with our friends. 

Here are some spots Mid-City where you can get your fix. These restaurants and bars ask that you follow all social distancing guidelines, so that everyone can have a good time.

Bayou Beer Garden
326 N. Norman C. Francis Parkway
How much? $16/ 2.25 pounds plus fixings
When? Wednesday through Friday, 3 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m.

(Claire Byun, MId-City Messenger file photo)

Bevi Seafood
236 N. Carrollton Ave.
How much? $5.99/ pound
When? Daily

Clesi’s Restaurant and Catering
4323 Bienville St.
How much? Market
When? Daily

(Claire Byun, Mid-City Messenger file photo)

Hieux Boil Seafood House
4077 Tulane Ave.
How much? $9/ pound
When? Daily

Mid-City Yacht Club
440 S. St. Patrick St.
How much?
$16/ 3 pounds plus fixings
$25/ 5 pounds
$48/ 10 pounds
When? Friday, 4:30-ish

(Sabree Hill, Uptown Messenger file photo)

Second Line Brewing
433 N. Bernadotte St.
How much? Market
When? Saturday, 2 to 8 p.m.

Wrong Iron on the Greenway
3532 Toulouse St
How much? $17/ 2 pounds with corn, potatoes and sausage
When? Friday, 4 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m.

Zony Mash Beer Project
3943 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
How much? $16/ 3 pounds
$25/ 5 pounds
$48/ 10 pounds
Fixings are extra
When? Saturdays

Is your favorite spot for boiled crawfish missing from this list? Let us know in the comments. 

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