...and it was delicious. There was a nice chalkboard eraser-sized chunk of Mahi, grilled and blackened to perfection, along with lettuce, tomato, roll, and some spicy dressing. My wife had the crab cake sandwich and we feasted on the onion rings. I also had a white beer from the tap for $2.25, which was tasty. This was my 2nd visit. The first time I had the fresh Grouper sandwich and Ted's delicious spicy chowder served in a less than attractive teflon coated pot (with half the teflon worn away). The place has redneck charm with authentic ripped up '60's-era padded chairs and tiny tables on a concrete floor. You can dine outside near the river on a concrete picnic table or seating at old wooden picnic tables can be had in the rear room when things get crowded, and they usually are. Go for the food and try to overlook the shortcomings like the parking lot that sorely needs some TLC, overcrowding, and slow service.
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