Set out for Andy's to have breakfast but unfortunately they stop serving it at 11:30. Settled for lunch, and I do mean settled. Had blackened chicken sandwich with Cajun mustard. Minimal meat. Very fresh, thin sliced Italian bread was tasty. That was highlight. Pureed lobster bisque was bland. Paltry sides that came with sandwich were a couple very small pieces of fruit and vending machine size bag of chips. Expensive. For two sandwiches, these minor sides and small soup, plus tip $26!!! Insult to injury a person obviously with connections was able to finagle what looked like a lovely French Toast platter with strawberries. Maybe, give breakfast a shot. Unless you have connections, don't get there late. Money doesn't get much at Andy's.
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