The first evening was a gathering of two families, mine and the parents of my son's wife-to-be-the-following-day, and the Best Man and two other groomsmen ("ushers" in UK parlance). In total 11 of us, including one six and one three year old.
We had a great time, with exellent food and faultless attention from the waiting staff. This latter included two lessons for one of the groomsmen in how to extract crab meat from the legs and claws.
The price for the meal was, I thought, very reasonable. I can heartily recommend the Snapper Hemmingway.
The seconf visit was just my family, six of us. Once again a great time was had, although it took some time for the staff to stop the table wobbling. [Why don't restaurants use tables that rest on three points? Milking-stools are three-legged because that design is stable on any uneven surface.] We even got the six-year old to try alligator. She wasn't that impressed.
On both occasions, portion sizes were typically American, so if you're not used to their size of platefuls, or hate food being thrown away, be moderate in the number of dishes you order. Fortunately, my son-in-law and I have large appetites, so we manfully fought our way through.
The Blackened Redfish with Crawfish Etouffée was a dish I'd go back for many times.
On both occasions there was a balloon artist. His Penguin and T-Rex (no, not Marc Bolan) were very well received by the kids.