5 Great Places for Crawfish in NOLA

February 18 2016 | Dining

The Maison Dupuy is having its very own Crawfish feast! Stop by for the best mudbugs in the Quarter, and see below for all our favorites for other days!

New Orleans is known for many culinary delicacies, but crawfish are one of the most popular. A lot of NOLA crawfish come from what is known as Cajun Country. Houma, specifically is one place where the catching is good, and those in the mudbug business work hard from November on through June, although March through mid-June is peak season. What’s your favorite place to grab this New Orleans staple? Here’s a few of our favorites!

Cajun Seafood

This spot in the Seventh Ward is a classic. Crawfish pie, crawfish boudin, and more!


Your visit to New Orleans isn’t complete without Melba’s! Not only is the crawfish legendary, the po’ boys are a must.

Deanie’s Seafood

Craving crawfish and crab? Deanie’s has you covered. Plus it’s walking distance from the Maison Dupuy!

Frankie and Johnny’s

Happy Hour + crawfish? That’s our kind of night.

Original French Market Restaurant & Bar

This spot was founded in 1803! Full of New Orleans culture and tradition, and it’s very close to the Maison Dupuy!

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