Water covers more than 75% of the globe, teeming with still undiscovered life forms we could probably boil. Discover delicious shellfish with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Cajun Cuisine
The menu features boiled crawfish slathered in Cajun garlic butter and a choice of spice (market price), hand-battered catfish with Cajun fries ($10.98), and gumbo with chicken, sausage, and shrimp ($5.98).
The boiled Cajun crawfish at Crawdaddy Restaurant is more than a meal— it's an all-out experience. It begins when a bag full of the bright red crustaceans arrives from the kitchen, clouded in steam and slathered in a mouth-watering Cajun garlic sauce. Diners don bibs and get to work on their bags, picking out the plumpest members of the bunch before cracking open their delicate shells. Guests can then shower the expertly spiced tails in fresh lime before sucking out the flavorful meat. In between bites, cool sips of frosty Coronas complement the fiery spices. The experience ends with a handful of moist towelettes —often delivered by the friendly owner himself.
In addition to crawfish, shrimp, and Dungeness crab boils, the colorful eatery serves a slew of classic Cajun favorites—including gumbo and the hand-battered catfish lauded by reporters from San Jose Mercury News as "moist and flaky". Diners enjoy their fresh seafood in a bright dining room, where vibrant artwork speckles the walls and a fish tank teems with swimming sea creatures and stoic plant life.