Saucey Crab seafood boil restaurant opens second location in Detroit

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The seafood boil trend continues as Southfield-based restaurant Saucey Crab has opened a second location in Detroit.

The new spot, located at 21639 Eight Mile Rd., Detroit, opened Monday.



Saucey Crab opened its first location in 2019 at 21754 W. 11 Mile Rd., Southfield.

Both locations are open for carry-out only; see sauceycrabs.com for more information.



Cajun-style seafood boil spots have been opening around metro Detroit in recent months. Customers pick their seafood, which is boiled in an oven bag with potatoes, corn, sausage, spices, sauces, and butter.

Cajun Boiling Crab opened in Detroit's west side last year. Chef Maxcel hardy is also working on a seafood boil spot called What's Crackin'.

Warren's Detroit Pho & Crab has been serving "Viet-cajun" cuisine, including crab boils, since 2017.

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