Breast Cancer takes 41,070 men and women away from us every year and is the second leading cause of death for women. Join Justin in the Real Men Wear Pink Campaign and donate to the American Cancer Society to Fight to End Breast Cancer.Read More
Blog on Bevi
Notes from Justin and Katherine on owning a business, raising a family, and sharing the traditions and rituals of food in South Louisiana.
We've made some shifts and will have new hours at both locations. Good news: you'll still be able to get Bevi Seafood Co. 7-days a week! Our Mid-City location has opened on Monday 11am-4pm. Our Metairie location will close Mondays and Tuesdays, though we've expanded our Sunday hours to 6pm. See the breakdown below:
4701 Airline Drive
Mon, Tues Closed
Wed, Thurs, Sat, Sun 11am-6pm
236 Carrollton Ave
Sun, Mon 11am-4pm
Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat 11am-8pm
Hope you can stop by soon!
Justin was named to StarChefs.com's Rising Stars New Orleans class.Read More
With the Roast Beef Po-Boy holding the title of original po-boy in many circles, being recognized in Brett Anderson's Best Bites of 2015 column was quite an honor for us.Read More
We all know about the Pilgrims and the Indians, but Thanksgiving’s favorite bromance in the south may just be Shrimp and Mirliton.Read More
Our new location in Mid-City is now open! Justin transformed the interior - check out the before and after photos below. We can't wait to serve you! We're open Tuesday - Saturday 11am-6pm and Sunday 11am-4pm. We're closed on Monday, but if you just can't wait head out to Metairie, we're closed Tuesday there!
Thanks for all the support and please stop by!
We're taking over a corner that's been known for seafood for more than 20 years. We hope you'll stop by when we open this fall.Read More
Three reasons crawfish season and springtime are synonymous.Read More
How did this Louisiana delicacy become a staple on "cajun" menus across the US? Click here to find out how Louisiana became the US's dominant player in this economic engine!Read More
There is so much we could say about Mardi Gras, but what makes it so special for us while our kids are little are the life lessons we’re able to impart to them in a uniquely New Orleans way.Read More
We've got your secret to the best Crawfish boil ever...us!Read More
Find out what indulgence Bevi Seafood Co. is offering New Year's revelers before resolutions take effect. Also, a New Year's food tradition you can enjoy and Bevi Seafood Co. closes January 5-13 to prepare for 2015 crawfish season.Read More
In Vermont the leaves change colors, in Chicago the air becomes crisper, but in New Orleans we chart the seasons by seafood. As fall approaches the oysters get fatter and the crabs heavier. Typically, New Orleanians will wait patiently for Spring to arrive to enjoy crawfish and shrimp of course is available year round. But, this December, seafood lovers will enjoy a rare occurrence: all four pillars of New Orleans seafood available at once.Read More
Turtle Soup, the Cure and Roast Beef Debris make their debut on Bevi Seafood Co.'s menu. Read More on how Chef Justin is bringing this classic dish to the corner shop and the new po-boy that may have found a perfect home in New Orleans.Read More
Justin joins a list of notable chef's at this year's Louisiana Seafood Festival.Read More
As the Seafood Sponsor of this year's New Orleans Eat Local Challenge, Bevi Seafood Co. is your one stop shop for all things local from brews to fresh Gulf Coast seafood.Read More
If you don’t have a crawfish boil to go to on Friday, stop by Bevi Seafood Co. We’d be happy to have you at ours. Though, there is some crawfish etiquette we hope you’ll follow as you learn why New Orleans is the only city that celebrates the most somber time in the Catholic calendar.Read More
We had a party then hit the ground running! Check out our party pics and find out our favorite fixture in the freshened up space.Read More
I thought I knew the tradition and experience of crawfish until I met Justin. Justin did not need an event to have crawfish, just a hot pot of boiling water and an hour to eat ‘em. I’d come home every Monday, in the early years of our marriage, to the smell of Cajunland’s Crab Boil in my kitchen.Read More