This restaurant gets two stars, one for our server who was terrific - personable and trying very hard. And a second star goes to the manager for also trying very hard and comping our meal. But the food must get no stars. The only fish available is swai, a cheap, low-quality fish from rivers in Viet Nam and SE Asia. Floridians know about fish. Offering this fish only defines the mind set of whomever created this menu. I ordered a pulled pork and cole slaw sandwich instead. When it came to the table there was no slaw (the real reason I ordered this). After asking about it I was then told they were out of slaw - should have been told before ordering. I was given an iceberg side salad instead. My husband ordered the grilled shrimp po' boy. A sad thin sandwich was brought to him. There were 5 small, pale, boiled, unseasoned shrimp, a leaf of iceberg, and a few thin tomato slices. No tartar sauce, mayo, lemon, anything. I think the trick to enjoying this place is to approach it the right way. Live music, which was setting up for later, and beer drinking could make for a good time (some beers listed as premium imports were not - e.g. Amber Bock). After lots of music, beer, good times with friends, and when a big hunger hits - just maybe this food would work. We very much support local businesses and hope the new owner can stay open. We hope his business model will be successful. Maybe the restaurant was just a bad fit for us. Here's to improvements and evolving into a place we would visit again.
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