William and Diane Crawford branched out from caterers to full-time restauranteurs in 2012 when they opened Crawdaddy’s, a sit-down restaurant in Harrisburg.
Crawdaddy’s specializes in southern food with a New Orleans flair. The menu is punctuated with crab-stuffed catfish, gator etouffee, bayou chicken and shrimp gumbo and Creole style shrimp and grits.
It’s known for lunch and dinner as well as Sunday brunch.
While the restaurant is currently closed for indoor seating, you can nab limited seating on the patio with social distancing. Crawdaddy’s is also offering takeout.
Hours are 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
Obi and Nicole Linton operate a restaurant and food trucks under the Soul Burrito name.
They focus on globally inspired burritos, homemade mac and cheese and wings.
The restaurant occupies a portion of the first floor of the Linton’s home, which has served as Soul Burrito’s base and commissary for the past couple of years.
Favorite burritos include The Greedy made with tender grilled steak and marinated chicken and the Jamaican Sensation with marinated chicken and a mild coconut curry sauce.
Soul Burrito also caters and the Lintons continue to book their trucks for events.