We had heard about Fishermans Corner and had even tried to get in during a previous visit to Perdido. This time we made a reservation to insure getting in. I would have graded this restaurant at 4 or 5 stars had it not been for one issue. We ordered a bottle of white wine and reconfirmed the exact order with the waiter. Even with that, he brought the wrong bottle. He returned with the correct bottle and proceeded to pour the sample even though the wine had not been chilled. It took quite a while before the wine was drinkable. It may sound like we are wine snobs, but, when you are paying $40.00 for a bottle of wine, you would expect it to be chilled when it arrives and not have to wait for it to get cool in a bucket filled mostly with water and only a few cubes of ice. The food was very good. My wife had the stuffed grouper and I had the shrimp and grits. Both were excellent. Their treatment of shrimp and grits was a bit different than I have had at other places. The grits were formed into a ball and fried---unusual, but tasty.
We capped it of with an outstanding bread pudding. The atmosphere was like an old wooden fish camp, but kind of fun with indoor and outdoor seating.
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