Little Dom’s Seafood at 686 Linden Avenue in Carpinteria will be hosting its third annual celebratory Crawfish Boil events on Saturday, April 27 and Saturday, May 4 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Crawfish boils are a tradition in the South, especially in Louisiana and involve boiling pounds of crawfish with spices and fresh vegetables like corn and potatoes. Typically, crawfish boils are enjoyed during a celebration but also can be thrown as a way to bring family and friends together.

Having grown up in New Orleans, co-owner and Executive Chef, Brandon Boudet has fond childhood memories of his family gathering around over freshly boiled crawfish. Ahead of each event, the Little Dom’s Seafood team flies in live crawfish from Louisiana, preserving the authenticity of traditional boils while also sourcing produce from local farmers and purveyors in Carpinteria to complete the feast. Each Crawfish Boil is hosted in the restaurant’s parking lot, complete with newspaper-lined picnic tables, specialty cocktails, locally sourced wines, and beer.

Little Dom’s Seafood’s Crawfish Boil menu will feature Crawfish by the pound (M/P), Crawfish Monica ($17), Cup of Gumbo ($11), Jambalaya Balls with Creole Mustard ($10), and Alligator Meatballs with Creole Mustard Sauces ($15). The restaurant’s a la carte breakfast and lunch menus will also be available during both Crawfish Boils, should guests like to order additional dishes and beverages. Visit

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