What a lovely evening! we had a table by the windows, overlooking the Gulf, and we had quite the show of lightning. The restaurant is in a historic property, adjacent to a shop and a more informal tap room. We focused on fish, since we wanted to eat locally sourced food. My grouper and his snapper were both excellent.. perfectly cooked, and the sauces did not obscure the true taste of the fish. We shared 6 appalachicola oysters for an appetizer - - I wish it had been a dozen. they were spectacular! plump, juicy, briny - - they exceeded my expectations (based on what we'd had in another venue the night before). all mains come with starch, veg and a starter salad - - so be prepared for a lot of food! There is also excellent bread, served with a most imaginative dipping station of oil, herbs, and parmesan shavings - - a great idea, and much appreciated, given the very long wait for our mains.
The wine list is extensive and very interesting. The service was sincere and kind, although our mains took an exceptionally long time to arrive. Good thing we were in no hurry- - but it was odd to see others who had arrived after us paying their bills while we were still waiting for the main course.
This is a very good choice for a night out - - especially if you are not rushed to get anywhere later.
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