Mudbone's home base seems to be the bayou country of southeastern Queens. Their place of purveyance, on Saturday evenings, is at one end of a Corona parking lot, which affords plenty of elbow room for a proper crawfish boil, with several pots working in rotation. The sausage in my order (large, shown in detail, $10) was more Polish than Cajun, but slicing in different links is an easy fix — the flavor of the boil itself was in a good place. Heck, the Mudbone's boys could do all right just selling the corn.
Mudbone's Seafood Pot
Queens International Night Market, New York Hall of Science parking lot (near 46th Ave. and 111th St.), Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens
Saturdays, 6:00-midnight, through October