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Crabtown’s crawfish boil and Mardi Gras celebration

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Crabtown owner, Paul Seikel, and executive chef, Scott Snow, stopped by the studio today to talk with us about their upcoming, March 4th, Mardi Gras celebration, including a crawfish boil, king cupcakes live music, and Hurricanes.

Crawfish season is here, and you can't celebrate Mardi Gras without a traditional crawfish boil.

Make sure you try Crabtown's famous crawfish at the new Mardi Gras Bar's "Fat Tuesday" Party.

Starting at 5:00 P.M. on Fat Tuesday, the first 50 people to enter the new Mardi Gras bar will receive tickets for specially made king cake cupcakes.

Whoever find the baby inside of their cupcake will be crowed king or queen and will receive a special prize, as well as receive VIP treatment for the evening.

Crabtown's Mardi Gras celebration will be on March 4th at Crabtown's Mardi Gras Bar, located at 303 E. Sheridan in Bricktown from 5:00 P.M. - Close.