Crawfish Fest | The Esplanade on Navigation (Park) | Saturday, 16. March 2019


Houstonians LOVE Crawfish. We eat more than anywhere else in the world.To celebrate bug season, please join us in the heart of Houston on ***May 19th*** at the inaugural Houston Crawfish Fest at the Esplanade on Navigation.With the number of folks interested, we did the math and decided to double the crews boiling which forced us to restart the permit process, but we will be bringing the bayou to you on MAY 19TH.HOW MUCH WILL CRAWFISH COST?Each vendor will set their prices day of the event based on market price and their cost of preparation.Please LIKE us on Facebook. Mark GOING to our event. SHARE, INVITE or tell your friends who would love this,and most importantly… JOIN OUR MAILING LIST:
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Date and time

Saturday, 2019-03-16 12:00 - 19:00


USHouston2600 Navigation BLVD77003

Host & Organizer

People attending

100 000

Crawfish Fest at The Esplanade on Navigation (Park)

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