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New Seafood Restaurant to Import a Backyard Cajun Broil from New York

Southern Gulf Coast-inspired dishes head to the westside at The Boilery Seafood & Grill

A crispy, softshell crab sandwich and waffle fries from The Boilery Seafood & Grill in New York.
The Boilery Seafood & Grill
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A third Cajun-inspired restaurant is coming to Las Vegas, adding menu cues from the southern Gulf Coast, the Carolinas, and New England lobster and crab favorites.

The Boilery Seafood & Grill launched on Manhattan’s Upper West Side in May, but is already touting three New York City expansions, one in Waterbury, Connecticut, and a local move to the 89102 ZIP code.

While an exact location has not been confirmed, the restaurant promises to be coming soon to Las Vegas, operated by managing partner Alexander Lee and offering a drinks menu inspired by his mentor, veteran mixologist Jason Walsh of Cocktail Logic and the restaurant Grata in New York City.

The nautically themed East Coast restaurant offers a raw bar featuring oyster, snow crab claws, Maine lobster, littleneck clams, seafood baskets, and sandwiches, plus Maine lobster, mussels, and crawfish boiled in a Cajun-style seasoning and served with corn, potatoes, sausage, and rice cakes.

Also still under construction, Hot N Juicy Crab at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Boulder Highway and Southern chain Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar, a future dining anchor at the corner of Spring Mountain and Duneville Street, inside the new Golden Spring Plaza.

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