I got in on a late Acela from Boston and wanted to find something interesting and close to my hotel. After wandering toward Koreatown, I stumbled across CajunSea which I'd never noticed before on a stretch of street that I'd walked by dozens of times before.
Wandering in semi-late on a Sunday night, I thought the place might be close to closing down for the night because it was so empty. I even checked with the bartender to see if the kitchen was still open. Upon confirmation, I decided to sit at the bar and watch the Sox/Yankees game while a mainstream-hipster soundtrack played overhead.
While I REALLY wanted to try the crawfish boil, I just didn't have it in me to eat something so involved. Instead, I opted for an oyster po' boy with cajun fries and a pint of Single Cut's Chocolate Stout on draught. No complaints on any of my choices.
After chatting with the bartender for a bit, I discovered that this place had only been open for about five months. Definitely plan on going back for the full experience the next time I'm in town.
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