This fun and funky seafood-boil spot has spent more than two decades fine-tuning its secret sauce. Here, live crawfish, also called “mudbugs,” along with crabs, shrimp and other seafood, are boiled in huge pots, then seasoned and dumped onto plastic covered tables for diners’ messy eating pleasure—no plates needed, only lots o’ napkins. First, choose from shrimp, snow crab, Dungeness crab, mussels, clams or crawfish. Then pick your seasoning of Cajun seasoning, garlic butter or lemon pepper. Next, your food arrives in a plastic bag, and you get to work enjoying your messy Southern meal. Along with boiled seafood, Bucket O’ Crawfish also offers Cajun chicken wings and fried-seafood baskets, including calamari, shrimp and catfish—the catfish nuggets have a crispy, deep-fried exterior, but are perfectly tender and juicy inside. There’s a good beer selection, featuring bottles, drafts and local brews.