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Not trendy but down to earth in a good way. Part Bar part restaurant. The seafood gumbo and fried shrimp were out of sight. I went back a second night to see if they were as good as I thought -YES THEY WERE!!!
Since this location opens two years ago they have offered rib eyes. The steaks can be pretty decent however you Have a 50-50 chance of getting one that’s not mostly fat and gristle. I’ve spoke to the management several times about this. Three weeks ago...I got a very good one. Tonight it was about 40% unedible. Spoke with the manager about the issue. He gave me a 25% discount because of the problem. Problem does not live with the chef but with the person providing the meat to the restaurant. Rib eyes not worth the gambleMore
Very good fish/seafood, but a couple things that were mildly disappointing - they were out of a few menu items and the service, while friendly, was pretty slow with the margaritas. We may have had a few... I'd come back here for sure.
This was a little out of the way of Houston, but it was so worth the drive. It is very unique and was delicious. The waitress way so nice and we were offered a sample of gumbo. Our only regret is that it is 800...miles away from our home.More
Some friends and I were camping at Martin Dies Jr State Park. We drove past the restaurant the day before and thought it looked interesting. After a little Internet research, we decided to try the next day for lunch. Our party of 5 arrived at...1 pm for lunch. The atmosphere is coastal, with water oriented decor and popular movie posters and portraits of celebrities. The menu is varied, but centering on fish, shrimp and oysters, with a little Cajun and a little Mexican in the mix. Orders were made for half shrimp poboys and a cup of seafood gumbo, shrimp and fish basket with fries, and shrimp taco and chicken sausage gumbo. The gumbo had a dark roux which was flavorful, the andouille was wonderful and the chicken was tender. The seafood gumbo had lots of shrimp and some calamari. The fried shrimp in the poboys and taco was nicely fried with a light coating. Iced tea was wonderful too! Everyone in our party was well satisfied with the quantity and quality of our meals. The place looks like it would be a good place to meet friends for drinks. Plenty of room, and good canned music. They also have live music, presumably on the weekend.
*Our server was good too!More