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The National Restaurant Chain Brings its Signature Seafood Boils and Cajun-Inspired Eats to Miami, with Florida Expansion Underway
Crab Du Jour, a Cajun-inspired seafood boil concept with over 60 locations across the United States, announces the opening of its latest restaurant in Miami, Florida, marking the brand’s second Florida outpost, with Kendall and North Miami Beach locations slated to follow.
The national dining concept brings its signature seafood experience to Midtown Miami, offering a lively dining experience that specializes in made-to-order seafood boils, generous in size and perfect for sharing. The Cajun-inspired eatery features a variety of shellfish such as crab, crawfish, and lobster, prepared fresh daily. Customers select their seafood, choose from an array of house-blended sauces, and customize the spice level, with side items like corn, potatoes, and sausage that can be added. The menu also offers a variety of non-seafood dishes including po’ boys, wings, onion rings, and hush puppies, as well as a full-service bar.
Housed in the former Bar Louie space in The Shops at Midtown, Crab Du Jour features a 6,000 square foot dining room, with a large bar engulfed in the center of the restaurant, as well as ample outdoor seating. Crab Du Jour is located at 3201 N. Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127. Hours of operation will be Sunday through Thursday from 11:30am-11pm and Friday/Saturday from 11:30am-12am.
Currently, the Crab Du Jour brand has upwards of 60 locations across the country, offering both dine-in and Xpress locations for quick service. The restaurant chain has rapid expansion plans underway in Florida, with locations in Clearwater, Jacksonville, and Orlando opening soon. For more information, please visit crabdujour.com or follow the brand on social media.