There are rituals to perform, props to ready, before you begin your meal at Red Crawfish. Wash your hands, for one, and enjoy the whisper of your dried fingertips rubbing together, because you won't hear it again until the end of the night. Take a couple of lime wedges and squeeze them into the tiny plastic pot of salt and black pepper next to your plate. Ready your napkins (you might bring a few from home, just in case). Clear a space on the table for the plastic bag of boiled Cajun crawfish the waiter is about to... More >>>