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Jackson's Catfish Corner

Seafood in Central District

    Perfect for
  • Big Groups
  • Casual Weeknight Dinner
  • Classic Establishment
  • Dining Solo
  • Kids
  • Lunch
  • Quick Eats
  • Serious Take-Out Operation

Catfish Corner’s return to the Central District after a 12-year hiatus is a huge deal. Talk to anybody who lived or worked in the area in the ’90s and you’ll likely hear stories of post-workday fried seafood or lunchtime Southern sides.

It’s clear that the new Jackson location is here to achieve the same goal as before: to serve the neighborhood delicious comfort food.

The nine-piece, half-pound catfish meal is the first thing to order if you want to see what made folks so heartbroken when they originally closed in 2009. The dredge has a light dusting of cornmeal, which really lets the tender catfish shine, unlike puffier beer-battered versions elsewhere. To top it off, there’s plenty of table and booth seating. Put this counter-service spot on your list to bring large groups, like your fantasy basketball league or your cousins and their six screaming children.

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