From Our Editors
When in season, the chefs at Justin's Seafood receive fresh crawfish every morning, and they immediately start boiling them up in an array of Cajun spices. Once flavored, the grilled or fried morsels are tossed into everything from fresh salads to po' boys to seafood pizzas. These dishes are great while catching a game at the restaurant's 25-foot bar, but the chefs understand that some customers want to have a proper crawfish boil in their own homes. So, during crawfish season, they also sell and deliver live and pre-boiled crawfish, cleaned and ready for home cooks to add their own spices and written proof they've been to Louisiana.