Had a blackened grouper sandwich without the bread and it was really delicious. HOWEVER, I was excited to see they had home-made kettle chips (a favorite of mine) until I tried them. They were smothered/buried in Old Bay or some other seasoning. I did eat about half of my serving but paid for it later. I felt sick the rest of the evening. I must admit the burgers sounded and looked divine, so we'll probably be back. But we will be sure to order a side other than chips.
I loved the atmosphere - small town, everybody-knows-your-name kind of comfort. Warm and friendly wait staff, eager to make us happy. Good prices, varied menu.
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