You wouldn’t expect to find a New Orleans-inspired spot in a bright pink building in the heart of Midtown, but that’s exactly what’s happening at Bon Ton. This spot serves mostly seafood, along with some Vietnamese options, like a catfish banh mi and frozen Vietnamese coffee. Between all of the seafood boils, the Crabstravaganza - which includes three types of crab, crawfish, shrimp, sausage, hush puppies, and Cajun fries - and a long list of beer, wine, and cocktails, it’s just as great a place to come with a group on the weekend as it is to stop by for a few drinks with your team after work.
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