In an outdoor minimall off Magnolia, this Cajun seafood spot is big, loud, and extremely messy. The set-up is simple - choose your super-fresh seafood (we like the shrimp), your seasoning, spice level, and sides, and then about 15 minutes later someone will put a plastic bag full of seafood on your paper-topped table. There are no plates and no utensils (unless you order crab, which comes with a cracker), but you will get a plastic bib and plenty of napkins. It’s a fun place for a group dinner where everyone will end up with a red ring of sauce around their mouths.
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