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Another Summer Saturday, Another Crawfish Boil—This Time at Pearl Dive
The ever-crowded 14th Street seafood spot gets in on the low-country game. By Jessica Voelker
Pearl Dive, future site of a crawfish boil. Photograph by Eric Uecke.
Comments () | Published June 14, 2012

More news from the boil beat. We’ve already discussed those Wednesday crab boils on the patio at Art and Soul. Then there’s Evening Star Cafe’s outdoor crawfish happening in Del Ray this weekend, complete with live music, cobbler, and beer and wine specials. Now comes words of another Saturday boil, this one to take place at the always jamming Pearl Dive Oyster Palace, the newest restaurant from the Black Restaurant Group. (Though it won’t be the newest for long—Black’s next project involves the largest raw bar on the East Coast, as we first reported back in November.)

Pearl Dive’s boil happens Saturday, June 23, with two seatings—one at noon, the other at 2:30. According to assistant manager Beau Monroe, a $60 ticket (anyone under 21 gets in for $20) buys you two hours of all-you-can eat crawfish, peel-and-eat shrimp, and suckling pig. In the all-you-can-drink category, the restaurant is offering unlimited Abita ales. The food is served family style, and Monroe says the event will be “super casual”—just show up and chow down.

Get tickets online or by calling the restaurant at 202-319-1612.

Related:
Evening Star Cafe Wants You to Come Eat Crawfish This Saturday
Pearl Dive Oyster Palace (Full Review)

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  • Dave Phillipich

    Just fyi, I didn't take this photo.

  • jessvoelker

    Sorry about the mix up, Dave. The credit has been corrected.

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