The Saucy Crawfish brings big flavor to North Tampa

aerial shot of seafood dishes

The Saucy Crawfish is now open at 926 E Fowler Avenue near USF Tampa. The menu is inspired by Creole and Cajun cuisine (the owners have a particular penchant for crawfish boils).

So why call this new hub The Saucy Crawfish?

“We love seeing our friends and family get saucy during big gatherings. So we thought, why not name it The Saucy Crawfish,” write the owners.

The concept debuted just a few weeks ago but has already earned rave reviews from area diners.

“From the drinks to the food everything was on point, it wasn’t overly salty or spicy it was well balanced with the flavor of the OG sauce,” writes Sam P. on Yelp.

Pro tip: Multiple reviewers recommended you ask for the server named Dana.

Looking to enhance your experience? The Peach and Mango Margaritas may just be what you need at the end of the week. You would do well to indulge in a basket of fried catfish and cajun fires, or a plate of Louisiana crawfish.

Snow crab legs, blue crab, lobster, and mussels are also on the menu.

You can enjoy its full liquor selection, in addition to a medley of mocktails.

If you really want to treat yourself, then you need to get the hushpuppies. Be warned, you’ll want to order these delights by the bucket.

A mammoth plate of seafood pasta featuring scallops, shrimp and mussels features heavily on the menu.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

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