The Boozy & Boiling Barn, located at the familiar address of 6830 B, Ambassador Caffery Parkway in Broussard, is actively addressing the confusion arising from The Crawfish Boss's recent announcement of its closure and expansion. This announcement has led to some misunderstandings among the loyal customer base.

The situation essentially revolves around a reorganization within the original Crawfish Boss ownership. One of the co-owners of The Crawfish Boss decided to part ways, retaining the brand name and announcing plans to expand into Youngsville, Lafayette, and possibly New Iberia.

Meanwhile, the remaining two original owners have continued operations at the same Broussard location but under a new banner: The Boozy & Boiling Barn.

In a bid to clarify this transition, The Boozy & Boiling Barn shared a message on their Facebook page, emphasizing that they are still very much open for business at the Broussard location. The message reassured patrons that despite the change in name and slight alteration in ownership, the establishment continues to offer the same great food, daiquiris, snowballs, along with the familiar staff and management.

Further adding to this clarity, The Boozy & Boiling Barn updated their Facebook bio to reflect their continuity as the original owners and management of the Crawfish/Daiquiri Boss, now operating under a new name.

Customers expressed their relief and gratitude for the clarification in the comments section. Regular patron Paul Durand Jr. thanked the establishment for clearing up the confusion and expressed eagerness for the upcoming crawfish season. Other commenters like Ashley Renee Dupin, Stephanie Bourque, and Lydia Lemoine Melanson shared similar sentiments, relieved to know that their favorite crawfish spot is still operational, just under a new name.

In summary, for those in the Broussard area, The Boozy & Boiling Barn remains a go-to spot for crawfish, maintaining the legacy of its predecessor. Meanwhile, fans of The Crawfish Boss can look forward to visiting their new locations in Youngsville, Lafayette, and potentially New Iberia.

The good news is, that the rich tradition of indulging in crawfish season continues to thrive in South Louisiana, no matter the brand names.

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