In all the world there is nothing that some man cannot make a little cheaper and sell for a little less, and those who consider price alone are this man’s lawful prey. – John Ruskin
Would someone please explain to us why this place is so popular with groups of young, Asian women?
Are cheap, difficult-to-eat mudbugs a big deal in Korea, Vietnam, The Philippines, etc.?
Do young gals from Pacific rim countries come to the good ole U.S. of A. craving overcooked corn and muddy-tasting shrimp?
Perhaps, those from the inscrutable Orient enjoy paying by the pound for shells and heads they don’t eat? Could it be they’re so tired of the tasty, thoughtful cuisines of their own countries that they long for garbage bags full of over-steamed seafood that all tastes alike?
Or maybe, just maybe, they like Hot n Juicy Crawfish because it’s cheap?
No matter how nasty it is.
For those who (like Al “Mad Man” Mancini) are going to carp: “ELV is just a snob and can’t appreciate real, down home food,” ELV will tell you he has eaten crawfish since he was a teenager — from N’Awlins to the Northwest; he has eaten buckets of them at Jake’s Famous Crawfish in Portland (Oregon, not Maine); his palate has worked with Jake’s; he knows Jake’s…and Sir Hot n Juicy …YOU are no Jake’s.
Our meal for two with no booze came to $30 + a $5 tip for the extraordinary service of placing, and then removing, two garbage bags of over-steamed food on the table.
HOT N JUICY CRAWFISH
4810 Spring Mountain Road
Las Vegas, NV 89102