Beijing-style street food meets Cajun crawfish boils at this quirky, rustic spot. Patrons dine on crawfish by the pound and can customize their meals by level of spice and in a variety of flavors, including pickled pepper, soy sauce and garlic. The kebabs are also delightful; we enjoyed skewers of cumin-scented lamb and juicy chicken. Chinese-accented jambalaya is also fun to share. There’s beer, sake and soju to drink, and to keep the party going, the storied McSorley’s Old Ale House is just down the block.
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