This find is outside the honky tonk district and well worth the trip. We changed the reservation three times and the person making the changes was gracious and cordial each time. The heirloom tomato appetizer had locally sourced real tomatoes, the kind you remember from when you were a kid. We had grilled Louisiana redfish with lobster infused potatoes, summer corn and tomatoes. It was outstanding. The duck and sauces were excellent. Be careful of the sides, as this dish came with kale which I don't like. The staff was so helpful that they certainly would have accommodated if I had asked. Yvette, the owner, came over to chat, expecting that we were locals, like most of the customers, who she just hadn't met yet. She recommended the creme brûlée for dessert, which was better than any we ever had. It came between layers of thin pastry strips, not in the typical small round custard dish. Trust the server's wine recommendations. Use the valet parking, it's free and there is no obvious other place to park.
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