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18 San Antonio Restaurants Where You Can Get Your Crawfish Fix 

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It's no secret that San Antonians love crawfish. So, here's some places where you can enjoy this delicacy and live your best life.
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Lucy Cooper’s Ice House
16080 San Pedro Ave, (210) 462-1894, lucy-coopers-texas-ice-house.business.site
Weekends mean a crawfish boil is happening at Lucy Cooper’s. Known for delectable bar food and plenty of booze, this ice house packs in flavor into this Southern treat.
Photo via Instagram / yvonnevelouria
Shuck Shack
520 E Grayson St, (210) 236-7422, shuckshack.com
Crawfish season at Shuck Shack means its a party every Friday and Saturday. Head over to Grayson for three pounds of Cajun-boiled crawfish and all the fixings while it lasts.
Photo via Instagram / shuckshacksa
Acadiana Cafe
1289 SW Loop 410, (210) 674-0019, acadianacafe.com
A Far West Side favorite keeps folks a’coming with its Cajun offerings. And yes, that includes crawfish when the time is right. There’s the Cajun Popcorn (fried crawfish tails), crawfish etouffee – both!
Photo via Instagram / kahlifornio
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
NOLA seriously has it all: live jazz, unbeatable brunch vibes and the taste of ‘Nawlins – including crawfish sometimes. Though not always on the menu, selections like crawfish etouffee will very well knock your socks off.
Photo via Instagram / versonphoto
Smashin Crab
Multiple locations, smashincrab.com
Louisiana-style seafood awaits you over at Smashin Crab. The obvious choice is the crawfish boil, though you’re also more than welcome to enjoy this delicacy on a po’boy or in a basket (the tails, that is).
Photo via Instagram / mrsjsed
The Cookhouse
720 E Mistletoe Ave, (210) 320-8211, cookhouserestaurant.com
Modern Cajun and Creole food is always available at the Cookhouse, and that includes crawfish at times. The menu is seasonal, so be sure to check in to see when crawfish is available here so you can get some of that good good.
Photo via Instagram / bill.macfadyen
Pinch Boil House and Bia Bar
124 N Main Ave, (210) 971-7774, pinchboilhouse.com
Known for Southeast Asian street food, Pinch also serves up some damn good crawfish when its in season. Order it by the pound and choose to complete it with corn, potato, sausage and/or steamed rice. Most importantly, choose your sauce and spice level – then you’re all set!
Photo by fotomando via Instagram / pinchboilhouse
Groomer’s Seafood
9801 McCullough Ave, (210) 377-0951, groomerseafood.com
If you’re committed to having your own boil, head over to Groomer’s to get everything you need. This market is sure to have live, quality crawfish in stock when in season.
Photo via Instagram / groomerseafood
Lin’s International Buffet
Multiple locations, linsinternationalbuffet.com
With lots of Asian flavors on the buffet line, you can also enjoy crawfish during your feast on weeknights and during weekends. So no matter what you stack on your plate, be sure to save room for plenty of crawfish – while supplies last.
Photo via Instagram / linsbuffetsa
Bentley’s Bar
8123 Broadway St Ste. B, (210) 629-5141, facebook.com/bentleysbarsatx
During crawfish season, do yourself a favor and head to Bentley’s for all-you-can-eat crawfish every Saturday and Sunday. What?! Yes, it’s true. And it’s pretty dang delicious to boot. We don’t deserve you, Bentley’s Bar.
Photo via Instagram / bentleysonbroadway
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LA Crawfish
Multiple locations, thelacrawfish.com
You have plenty of ways to enjoy crawfish here. Boiled in a variety of flavors, cheesy crawfish rolls, crawfish tails, crawfish empanadas, crawfish pho, cajun curry – take your pick and you’ll enjoy.
Photo via Instagram / call_em_dyl
The Lost Cajun
226 W Bitters Road #120, (210) 549-0135, thelostcajun.com
The Lost Cajun may be a national chain, but it keeps it real with its crawfish offerings. Start of small with the crawfish pies or go all out with the crawfish étouffée.
Photo via Instagram / voteforpeter
Cajun Crawfish
5503 W Loop 1604 N, (210) 233-1030, facebook.com
In the mood for crawfish and find yourself in Alamo Ranch? Hit up Cajun Crawfish to get your fix of this goodness with seasoning options such as Cajun, garlic butter, lemon pepper and the house flavor. Then, you can customize your spice level and the fixings to make it just right.
Photo via Instagram / hannabanans2
Fish City Grill
18130 San Pedro Ave Suite #104, (210) 495-6600, fishcitygrill.com
Specializing in Southern-style seafood, Fish City Grill obviously knows flavor. Go for the crawfish etouffee (which is topped with fried crawfish) to have a taste of something delicious.
Photo via Instagram / fishcitygrill
Ma Harper’s Creole Kitchen
1816 N New Braunfels Ave, (210) 226-2200
An East Side classic, Ma Harper’s is a must-visit for traditional Southern fare – and yes, that includes crawfish! During crawfish season, take advantage of this treat being on the menu. Just ask Ma Harper for the goods and she’ll take care of you.
Photo via Instagram / nofunfrank
Bourbon Street Seafood Kitchen
Multiple locations, bourbonstreetseafoodkitchens.com
With three locations in the Alamo City, you can surely enjoy the flavors of New Orleans very easily. Crawfish appears throughout the menu – from the crab cakes and po’boy to the seafood jambalaya and classic etouffee!
Photo via Instagram / goynrogue
Boudro’s On the River Walk
On The Riverwalk Level, 421 E Commerce St, (210) 224-8484, boudros.com
Go big or go home; you’ll need to have that mentality when dining at Boudro’s. You’ll definitely go big with the Gulf Shellfish Platter, which comes with a searedbay scallop, blue crab seacake, grilled shrimp with beurre blanc, lobster tail baked with cognac and jack cheese, fried oysters remoulade and – wait for it – a Louisiana crawfish pot pie. Oh, and jalapeño corn pudding on a bed of Southern braised greens. Yum!
Photo via Instagram / boudrostexasbistro
Datz It, Datz All Creole Soul Food Truck
Food truck, (210) 782-3407, facebook.com/DatzItdatAll
This food truck sets up all around San Antonio, which means you have plenty of chances to taste what’s good. Unfortunately, the crawfish is only available for special events. Fortunately, it’s taste as heck.
Photo via Instagram / datzitdatzall
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Lucy Cooper’s Ice House
16080 San Pedro Ave, (210) 462-1894, lucy-coopers-texas-ice-house.business.site
Weekends mean a crawfish boil is happening at Lucy Cooper’s. Known for delectable bar food and plenty of booze, this ice house packs in flavor into this Southern treat.
Photo via Instagram / yvonnevelouria

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