The New Orleans tradition of the crawfish boil has made the trip to Vegas.
For those uninitiated in how to properly eat the little buggers, a quick primer: Twist the head off from the tail. Remove the first segment of shell off the tail end (the end that used to be attached to the head) to expose a bit of the meat. Place the exposed flesh between your teeth, pinch the tail and pull gently; the tail should slip right out, leaving nothing but shell behind. The head that you ripped off that little body? Suck the juice out of the head. That’s right. Suck it.
Hot n’ Juicy crawfish might not exactly be a first-date meal, but for a no muss, no fuss meal of fresh shellfish and cold beer this restaurant can't be beat.
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