Chowder Room has some of the best clam chowder this side of the Mississippi. You can choose from New England, Manhattan, and the Chowder-of-the-day style. Definitely order your chowder in a bread bowl, the sourdough crust becomes sopping wet with the chowder, and is a delicious way to end the meal. If you aren’t a soup or seafood lover there are plenty of other options on the menu, as well as a long cocktail list.
The Yabby Hut is a load of messy fun; the waiters pour your crawfish and blue crab on to the table, give you a bib, and stand back. Our recommendation is to order a platter of seafood, so you can try a bit of everything, and since Yabby Hut is family style, it’s an easy choice to make. Don’t forget the sides: Yabby Hut makes amazing potatoes, corn on the cob, and fried rice.
At the Crawling Crab the waitstaff are not concerned about the cleanliness of the table. You’ll receive gloves so that your hands don’t get sticky with the variety of sauces Crawling Crab offers. The food comes in plastic bags, and you eat it right on the paper covered table. Kids will love smashing their crab apart and breaking all of the usual table rules.
Crawling Crab,781 S Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80219 (303) 936-0123
With all of the Cajun food in Denver , you’d think that a whole section of Louisiana was transplanted here. Unlike others that focus on big crawfish and crab cooks, Bayou Bob’s serves up specialty New Orleans dishes like Shrimp Gumbo and Crawfish Étouffée. Bayou Bob’s has one wild menu item that is worth a shot; Alligator Tail.