It's about an hour's drive for us, so we don't get there often, but we do keep going back. It's a touch of Old Florida, in a way, with some backwoods recipes. We went on a Monday night, avoiding the usual big crowds. We were early birds, so we could sit outside before the mosquitos showed up in force, and it was very pleasant. I started with a beer and a gumbo, both of which hit the spot. The gumbo was rich and filling, so when our server came back to see if everything was OK and said she'd put in our dinner orders, I cancelled mine, thinking I'd save room for dessert. Big mistake -- the Key Lime Pie is the tourist variety, big, thick, and bright green, horrible texture, and heaped with meringue. At least I guess it was meringue. I ate some, but left most of it. My companions had crab cakes and reported they were excellent. We'll go back again, but I'll remember not to order the pie. With a generous tip, $80 for the 3 of us, with beers and wine.
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