Unique Restaurant Closes Down in Mississauga
Another one bites the dust.
Well, sort of.
A unique and decidedly on-trend restaurant has shuttered its doors in Mississauga for good after just a little over a year in business. Thankfully, the brand operates a second location in the city that hungry diners can check out when they have a hankering for seafood.
L.A. Boil, the novel seafood boil restaurant that brought something a little different to the Dundas and Winston Churchill area, has closed down for good.
Fortunately for L.A. Boil fans, the resto's other location at 888 Dundas St. E. is still open and serving customers tasty heaps of seafood.
If you aren't familiar with seafood boils, they're traditional southern American social events that involve a lot of seafood and are typically part of music and cultural events or summer family gatherings. Now, restaurateurs have made this southern tradition available all the time and seafood lovers couldn't be more ecstatic.
Picture mountains of Cajun-style seafood brought to you in (food safe) plastic bags sitting in a pool of sauce then piled on top of your paper lined table. It's basic eating at its finest and it can get a little messy. There are no plates or utensils provided but you are given a bib and gloves.
The city's first L.A. Boil location (which has now closed) took over the spacious unit formerly occupied by Ben Thanh in 2016.
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