Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Crawfish Boil South Street Nashville

“MUDBUG”, OR “CRAWFISH”, WHICHEVER YOU PREFER, IT’S BOIL TIME AT SOUTH STREET RESTAURANT IN NASHVILLE

First Come, First Served for Fresh Louisiana Crawfish



          South Street is eager to get in the spring swing by opening its doors to our Sunday Crawfish Boil set to begin on March 9 and extending through June.  Each year, locals flock to this event, eager to enjoy freshly caught crawfish, ice cold drinks and the companionship of other area natives.

          South Street offers two dining options that include an all-you-can-eat option for $34.95 or a single-plate alternative for $19.95.  Traditional crawfish boil additions will include fresh corn and potatoes.  Grab some friends and load up early with $1 mimosas starting at 11 a.m. and ready yourself for the boil beginning at 1 p.m.  Choose from a full bar or any of the 12 craft beers on draft.   If you need help deciding, the friendly staff will be on hand to help every step of the way. 

           South Street only uses the freshest of Louisiana native crawfish, sourced from a little spot they like to keep secret.  Arriving fresh from the Gulf within 24 hours, this product is delivered ice cold with every intention of being savored by a packed house of seafood lovers. 

           If your spring fever is kicking in full effect then this is the place to get your fix.  No tickets are needed to enjoy this weekly Nashville highlight, just be sure to arrive early. 


For any additional information or if you have questions, please contact South Street at (615) 320-5555.     

 

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