6 months ago
This food was Amazing. Tucked off past the airport away from the regular strips, this is a must for seafood lovers. The selection might be short of a typical restaurant but the flavors they produce will tickle your pickle even after you leave. My friends and I sat there and kept telling each other we needed to try our meals because they were just too good to not share. Forks going every which way, there wasnt a disappointing look on any face. When you arrive, the adjoined gas station really throws off your expectations but once you enter the doors its a quickly relaxing vibe. Filled with old timers mostly at the opening hour (5pm) this was a relaxing venue with a full bar and allowed us to carry conversation without the typical noises. The hostess was a gorgeous young brunette which is always a plus(she has a ring, so slow down there cowboy). Our waitress, tho very nice, had a moment with the specials and lost our interest but she was prompt with refills and really did look out for us as she brought each round of food and the drinks were well mixed thanks to the bartender(also nice to look at). We ordered the MahiMahi, Shrimp Pompano(the best), Shrimp and grits, Bluewater Shrimp, and Cheese Curds. The table Rolls were soft and warm, the main meals were to perfection. when it came to desert, the Keylime(homemade) came out a tad on the room temp side, the brownie(not homemade) reminded me of the one you get from PapaJohns. The creme brulee(homemade) very sweet and yummy with the right crisp to the caramel. definitely worth it to go here. The Creole-Tupelo sauce is to die for.