We ate there 3 times in a 4 day period! We had oysters (from Texas but really good), shrimp poboy, fried soft shell crab twice, grouper po'boy. Then we had steamed shrimp with Cajun spices on our last visit. The service was really good & the atmosphere was warm & friendly. And the prices aren't as high as the larger restaurant over the water at Ochlolonee Bay. I probably didn't spell that right. They are also open for breakfast a few days a week but we didnt try that. They are open mostly 11am to 8pm.
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