You're Invited to a Louisiana Crawfish Boil

Posted on: March 26, 2010 | Posted in: Dining
Louisiana crawfish boil Join us each Friday at Bourbon Oh! at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel for a Crawfish Boil!  Each Friday through Crawfish season in June we will be offering a traditional CRAWFISH boil at Bourbon Oh! from 12pm-8pm to include a full plate of CRAWFISH, boiled potatoes, corn and Andouille for $12.95 - ALL YOU CAN EAT!! We hope to see y'all there! What looks, tastes, and smells like seafood, but doesn't come from the sea? It's crawfish, a freshwater shellfish that is considered a Louisiana delicacy. Crawfish (or crayfish) resemble tiny lobsters. They are also known in the south as mudbugs because they live in the mud of freshwater bayous. they are more tender than lobsters and have a unique flavor. Most of the crawfish consumed in the United States are from Louisiana, although people from other states consider them a delicacy, too. Locals still hold the traditional crawfish boils, where friends and family gather to feast on pounds of crawfish. In the spring, families will go out fishing on the bayous or crawfish farms in an age-old tradition that thrives to this day.