Stepping into the restaurant is like stepping into the 50's. The old school lights, white tiles and black leather booths set the stage for an amazing lunch. The sandwiches include New Orleans style PoBoy's and burgers. (Table favorites were oyster and roast beef PoBoy). There are fish platters and salads, as well as a few appetizers. (Table favorite was the French fries with brown gravy) Don't forget to wash everything down with sweet tea. The prices are extremely affordable with hamburgers starting at $5.95 and PoBoy's at $6.95. There is one thing left to point out and that's the service. The waitstaff are very friendly, but do not get in a hurry. Just relax because the food is definitely worth the wait.
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