Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Beyond the sea: Crab Du Jour shapes up on 1st Avenue

Work continues at 225 First Ave. between 13th Street and 14th Street, the future home of a Crab Du Jour outpost. As you can see, the Crab signage is in place. (First reported here.) 

So this is the latest NYC location for the expanding chain described as a Cajun Seafood Boil & Bar. 

Per the restaurant's website:
Crab Du Jour offers experience-driven seafood dining in a fun, communal atmosphere, perfect for friends and family. Our Cajun-inspired eatery is known for fresh seafood boils (made for sharing) and an array of signature house-blended sauces, to enhance the experience. 
Not sure about an opening date ... they are currently in hiring mode...
This address was previously a Checkers, which closed late last year after six years in business.


Anonymous said...

What does "experience-driven seafood dining" mean, exactly? Do I get to swim with my fish before I eat it?

I hate New Things said...

Ah millennial buzzwords, yuck! I prefer "EATS" or Luncheonette, that is a dinosaur these days!