Where to go for boiled seafood in NOLA? (1 Viewer)

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I'm coming back to NO in a couple of months and I want to eat boiled seafood like the old days. My favorite place - Sid-Mar's in Bucktown -- was destroyed by Katrina.

Can anyone recommend a good place that still serves boiled crabs, crawfish, etc.?
 

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the Galley on Metairie Road
 

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Tonight I ate about fitty shrimp from the chinese boofay in Searcy, AR. Boiled, Fried, some other kinda chinese fried way and buttered all for 8.79 or so. What a steal.
 

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Big Al's (of Houma) opened up a restaurant in or near the Warehouse District. Brennan is a big fan of theirs from his Terrebonne days.

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When it comes to boiled seafood the DIY approach has always been the best for me. You know how you like it seasoned and you absolutely have to drink a few while boiling.
 

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Boiling and gettin boiled is a pastime. You can say it's ol timey like.
 

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