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 Rivershack Tavern, home of the Sunday berl
Rivershack Tavern, home of the Sunday berl
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Five Places To Get Your Boiled Crawfish Fix This Weekend

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Rivershack Tavern, home of the Sunday berl
| Photo: Facebook

This crawfish season is getting off to a slow and expensive start, what with the onslaught of crazy winter conditions that has turned cray crays into dormant, anorexic freakazoids. Prices are higher than ever, and crawfish will likely be smaller in size all season due to those frigid temps. But for those dying for a fix, here now, are five spots that will have boiled crawfish this weekend, and how much you'll have to shell out to get an early taste. Eater recommends calling ahead to these places, to ensure availability.

Know some other great spots that have boiled crawfish already? How about the cost per pound? Leave a comment or send a tip our way. Have a great weekend, everyone.


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Bevi Seafood Co.

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Chef Justin LeBlanc's new spot on Airline is already a critic-fave and their berled crays are currently going for $5.49 lb. According to their Facebook page this is the first weekend availability is NOT an issue.

Charles Seafood

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This newly reopened Harahan institution seems about the cheapest place around for a boil at just $3.99/lb. Call ahead to make sure they have them, though.

Rivershack Tavern

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Sundays at 3 p.m. you can get 3 lbs of crawfish plus all the fixins' for $16. Also, they have lots of cheap drink specials, and if it's nice out, it really is a great way to end the weekend.

The Galley

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Of course this Metairie seafood hub has boiled crawfish available, but it will cost you. $6.99/lb, dawlin.

Harbor Seafood & Oyster Bar

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The no-frills Kenner favorite is doing berled crawfish for $5.99/lb. Because it's early in the season, expect a mix of big and small crays.

Bevi Seafood Co.

Chef Justin LeBlanc's new spot on Airline is already a critic-fave and their berled crays are currently going for $5.49 lb. According to their Facebook page this is the first weekend availability is NOT an issue.

Charles Seafood

This newly reopened Harahan institution seems about the cheapest place around for a boil at just $3.99/lb. Call ahead to make sure they have them, though.

Rivershack Tavern

Sundays at 3 p.m. you can get 3 lbs of crawfish plus all the fixins' for $16. Also, they have lots of cheap drink specials, and if it's nice out, it really is a great way to end the weekend.

The Galley

Of course this Metairie seafood hub has boiled crawfish available, but it will cost you. $6.99/lb, dawlin.

Harbor Seafood & Oyster Bar

The no-frills Kenner favorite is doing berled crawfish for $5.99/lb. Because it's early in the season, expect a mix of big and small crays.

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