Pinch, Peel and Eat Crawfish in the Corridor

Photo courtesy Fish City Grill.

Crawfish season is here! Whether you like them boiled or fried we have just the places for you to try them in Addison and the Corridor.

Nate’s Seafood & Steakhouse has been serving fresh crawfish for over 25 years. In fact, they are one of the reasons why we have crawfish in this part of the state! When Nate’s opened in 1989, they brought the crawfish with them and the rest, as the saying goes, is history. Order them with Nate’s world-famous Turbo seasoning for an awesome kick! If you like fried food, try the fried crawfish tails. Check out the full menu on their website for more.

Pinch, peel, eat and repeat at Fish City Grill! Available now through mid-June, Fish City Grill is serving up fresh crawfish! They have kicked off Mardi Gras early and celebrating with crawfish. Located on the southwest corner of Frankford and Dallas Parkway, Fish City Grill was founded in 1995 as a neighborhood restaurant serving fresh seafood. Their tagline “Friendly Folks. Serious Seafood” is an accurate assessment of what you will experience here. Visit their website to see the rest of the menu and more,

Come for the spicy boiled crawfish and crawfish pasta, stay for the live music at Shuck’n Jive. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day, Shuck’n Jive serves up a cajun favorite with a side of live music every night. Check out the full menu on their website.

Shell Shack offers delicious Crawfish Tails that are breaded, fried and served with your choice of two sauces. You can also custom build your crawfish plate. Choose your flavor, heat, and extras for a delicious and spicy meal! If you are feeling adventurous, try the Diablo. The name speaks for itself, these are H-O-T.

Don’t wait too long or else you’ll miss out! Get them while they are fresh and in season!

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