Opening of a new seafood restaurant in Tyler | Local News

There’s a new option for seafood lovers in Tyler.

The Juicy Seafood Kitchen and Bar recently opened and serves Cajun-style meals.

Rudy Alie, Tyler’s location manager, said some of the restaurant’s seafood is served “Louisiana style” in bags with the seasoning of the customer’s choice, including Cajun, lemon pepper, garlic butter or the Juicy Special which is all seasonings combined.

This allows each meal to be customizable for the customer, he said.






The Juicy Seafood Kitchen and Bar at 6421 S. Broadway Ave. recently opened and serves Cajun-style cuisine.



Some popular items on the menu are snow crab and wings, Aile said. In addition to the restaurant’s Louisiana-style seafood options, there are also several fried baskets and po’ boy sandwiches to try.

Alie said he hopes to update the menu soon to include fried salmon and fried snapper.

The restaurant is working to get its liquor license, he said. The license is currently being reviewed, but they should have it within a few weeks and also be ready to serve drinks to customers, he said.

Alie said her goal for Juicy Seafood is for it to be a place where people can come and have a good time and relax. He plans to make games available to families while they wait and bring entertainment on weekends.

This weekend will be the first time there will be live music at the restaurant. Alie said that in the future he would like to do live music on Saturdays and bring in a comedian on Fridays.







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Fried fish and chips from Juicy Seafood Kitchen and Bar at 6421 S. Broadway Ave.



The goal is to create an atmosphere for people to feel “at home”, he said.

“Anyone can come here and they can come out any time of the day – that’s my plan,” Alie said.

Juicy Seafood is an Alabama-based chain, he said. There are a few locations in Texas, but the chain is looking to expand.

The Tyler’s Restaurant at 6421 S. Broadway Ave. Unit 130 is open from noon to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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