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tiger222
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Portland, Oregon
Member since Jul 2009
138 posts

Boiled crawfish Nola
Best bang for your buck boiled crawfish in Nola area?


TJG210
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New Orleans
Member since Aug 2006
24912 posts

re: Boiled crawfish Nola
Captain Sids
Dennis'


bigberg2000
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houston, from chalmette
Member since Sep 2005
54197 posts

re: Boiled crawfish Nola
I think pink st. Does all you can eat on Fridays for $15. Not sure of the quality but for that price anything is hard to beat.


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BRgetthenet
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re: Boiled crawfish Nola
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Dennis'


Deanie's?



TigerWise
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13th
Member since Sep 2010
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re: Boiled crawfish Nola
quote:

Deanie's?


There is a Dennis' in Metry.


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BrotherEsau
Member since Aug 2011
2656 posts

re: Boiled crawfish Nola
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Deanie's?


No, Dennis is a different place. In Metairie somewhere, I believe. I prefer Schaefer over any other place personally. Just had some yesterday. They were delicious. All my seafood comes from there or Salvo's in Belle Chasse (which is awesome also, and they have all you can eat seafood for like $28 - crawfish, shrimp, crabs and king crabs).


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nikinik
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Mid City
Member since Jan 2009
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re: Boiled crawfish Nola
Over the weekend, I got some at Schaefer Seafood on Lake Avenue in Bucktown. They were $3.25/lb. if you pay with cehck or cash, or $3.50/lb. if you pay with a credit card.

They were cooked and seasoned perfectly!

On the wank, I like Sal's Seafood in Marrero brah.
This post was edited on 2/13 at 4:41 pm


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