Good Friday Crawfish Boil and Concert at Red Fish Taco

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  1. Abby E

    Abby E SoWal Guide Staff Member

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    Red Fish Taco, formally Trebeache, is hosting their annual Good Friday Crawfish Boil on Friday, April 19th starting at 5pm. Gather your best guys & gals for a night of fun, a traditional crawfish boil, drink specials, corn hole games, great food and fun vibes! This festival is open to the public.

    Eat and be ready to hot the dance floor with live music by Fuzzy Fuzzy and The Bears at 6pm followed by The Wildlife Specials at 9pm.

    The Wildlife Specials are an Americana and Rock N’ Roll band that includes John Mark Turner and Scott Crompton, along with drummer Richard Proctor (Tishamingo) and bassist Billy Garrett. With 120+ combined years of touring, recording and song writing experience between them, The Wildlife Specials are a unique assortment of talented players who met up in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. After sharing the stage and studio with the likes of Darryl Jones and Bernard Fowler of the Rolling Stones, Widespread Panic, Bob Margolin, Hubert Sumlin, Johnny Shines, Willy Green, Daniel Lanois, among many others, they both ended up in Santa Rosa Beach and decided to form The Wildlife Specials (named after a roadside food vendor in NOLA).

    The Word of Mouth Restaurant Group’s creative chef team currently operates six restaurants in LA, AL and FL. and have recently launched Red Fish Taco at Red Fish Village in Blue Mountain Beach, Florida. Proprietor/Founder Chef Jim Richard and his creative team of culinary super stars has expanded into the beachy casual food segment across from the beautiful beaches of South Walton. The menu of fresh lemon hummus, housemade salsa, Gulf shrimp queso, seafood tacos, vegetarian street tacos, wedge taco salad topped with a black eyed pea vinaigrette and grilled avocados pair perfectly with fresh frozen margaritas for an refreshing post beach cocktail.


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