If sacks of mudbugs, Low-Country Boils, and oysters done several different ways is your kind of dining out scene then you’re going to love the newest restaurant coming to El Paso.

The Dallas-based chain The Crab Station - Oyster Bar, which up to now has been a mostly Dallas and Houston area thing, is bringing its crab-centric menu options to our little corner of the desert and will be opening one of its first West Texas locations at the West Towne Marketplace on the far west side.

The restaurant specializes in crab dishes and crawfish served many ways including by the "sacks". Oyster is also very prominent on the menu -- which you'd expect what with it being part of its name. The slimy, (some say) tasty mollusk gets the half dozen, charbroiled, half shell, and Rockefeller treatment, among others.

Crab Station also gets major props for their mix of Cajun spice. In fact, the New Orleans influence is prominent throughout its menu. Diners can also get gumbo, seafood chowder, and sides like Cajun fries, dirty rice, and sausage. A full bar and happy hour offerings will be part of the mix as well, according to its Facebook.

Although no exact opening date has been pinned down just yet, The Crab Station is hoping to be filling your belly at some point this November.