Best Places for Crawfish in Nashville
Though crawfish season can last between November and July, the peak season when you’ll find the best crawfish is typically around early Spring. If you’re in Nashville, the best time to indulge in this delicacy is during the annual Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish boil, Nashville’s largest all-you-can-eat crawfish festival.
This year marks the 20th annual Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil and it’ll be held April 13th and there will be approximately 4,000 pounds of fresh crawfish ready for your taste buds. If you can’t make it to the event, worry not; there are plenty of places around Nashville where you can eat crawfish.
7 best places to eat crawfish in Nashville*
*List in no particular order
1. Bro’s Cajun Cuisine
The classic bayou crawfish boil and the boiled crawfish are among this restaurant’s favorites.
2. South street Restaurant
If you’re in the mood for something different, we recommend you try the crawfish enchiladas.
3. Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar
We suggest you try the crawfish cakes while you enjoy the great music in the background.
4. Blue Moon Waterfront Grille
One of this waterside restaurant favorites is the crawfish louie roll. Grab your flip flops and enjoy the casual atmosphere.
5. Rudie’s Seafood and Sausage
Rated as one of the best places to get fresh seafood, the decadent crawfish here won’t disappoint.
6. Louisiana Seafood Company
Whether you visit the Murfreesboro Market or Nashville Boiling Wagon location, make sure you get there early and check up their Facebook page; their crawfish is so good, they often times run completely out of it.
7. Vodoo Gumbo
If you enjoy crawfish etouffee, this is the place to go. Whether you get the full or half plate, crawfish are sure to about.
Have any other restaurant recommendations to get crawfish? Let us know!