We went here while on vacation specifically to eat shrimp po boy. It wasn't worth the effort. The food was average. The bread isn't real French bread but just a plain hoagie roll. Not what a real shrimp po boy should use! The shrimp was okay, but didn't taste overly fresh or seasoned. It was very over priced as nothing was included for a side. It was $2.50 extra for five onion rings! We could have eaten at a real seafood restaurant for what we paid here. The sweet tea was not good at all. More like sweet water. The Barq's was good, but that's no reason to eat here. It's fast and convienent, but you'd be better off going some place else for authentic seafood po boys.
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