But there was nothing wrong with the 60's! Seriously, they haven't changed the decor since then. So if you're looking for a modern place this is not it. I love the look - it takes me back. We arrived late on a Wednesday evening. Wednesday is the night they run their crabcake special and the place was packed. We waited about 30 mintes. When we were seated our server Deb immediately took our drink order. I ordered ginger ale - which no one else in the world offers. (Deb was very busy but attentive.) My mom ordered the special and I got the fried oysters. I also decided on the salad bar. The salad bar is small with your typical salad fair along with potato salad, cole salw and macaroni salad. Everything seemed fresh and while it was nothing to write home about I had no real complaints either. Our food came after a short wait. My mom got 2 crabcakes, green beans and a twice baked potato. I got the oysters with a brown potato which is boiled and then deep fried. It is also a throw back to another time but it's good and I always get one. The oysters were lightly breaded and so plentiful and yummy. So often when I order oysters I get 4, 6 or if I'm lucky, 8. I had at least 20 on my plate! When my ginger ale got a little low Deb brought me a min pitcher to refill. The crabcake special was $15.95 and the oysters $24.95. Well worth it!
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