Crawfish, shrimp, crab and fish are on the menu at Off the Hook Seafood in Spring

Off the Hook Seafood plans to hold its grand opening in the future, following a soft opening this summer. (Courtesy Off the Hook Seafood)
Off the Hook Seafood plans to hold its grand opening in the future, following a soft opening this summer. (Courtesy Off the Hook Seafood)

Off the Hook Seafood plans to hold its grand opening in the future, following a soft opening this summer. (Courtesy Off the Hook Seafood)

Following its soft launch late this summer, Off the Hook Seafood has been open for dine-in and takeout orders in northeastern Spring ahead of a future grand opening.


The new seafood eatery first opened its doors at 2222 Rayford Road, Ste. 105, Spring, on Aug. 27. The restaurant remains in its soft opening phase while offering a variety of shrimp-, oyster-, clam-, crab- and fish-based plates as well as seafood by the pound. Menu items include gumbo, po'boys, poutine, soups, ceviche and meal baskets. Seasonal crawfish boils are also held. 346-331-2893. www.facebook.com/pg/offthehookrayford
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2019 as a reporter for The Woodlands area and began working as Austin's City Hall reporter in April 2021.


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