The whole idea around the restaurant is to create a celebratory space, says Pamela Raskin, head of marketing.
“You wear a bib, you’re wearing gloves. You can’t be texting while eating our food. It really builds that community within the restaurant,” Raskin says. “… It’s such a messy food to eat. You can’t take yourself seriously while eating a Cajun seafood boil. So, we’re creating a sort of approachable, inclusive environment that tries to connect with community. They can have drinks, they can have these seafood boils and just have fun. … It’s more of an event than just sitting down and ordering dinner. It’s a fun, one-of-a-kind seafood experience.”