The dining area is very rustic. Our table was an antique given the fact that the shellac on top was so old it was sticky. The wine list is Ho-Hum with no real stand outs. We started with a crab cake. It was served with a Remoulade that had a different taste to it. Not what I expected, but the cake cake had very little filler. My bride ordered the Saratoga Rib-Eye covered with garlic and Parmesean. She ordered it red in the center, but not cold. We would call that medium rare, but explained it to the server since many people have different definitions. It came out medium well. I ordered the Blackened Grouper. The blackening was very spicy as it should be, but the fish was way overcooked. Don't think we will go again.
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