Went here for lunch so I can't comment on the evening or weekend atmosphere, which is probably more of a "dive" scene. If you come here expecting frou-frou food, you are obviously lost.
You can get lots of fried seafood here, but you don't have too. The chowder is excellent, for example.
I had a mahi-mahi sandwich, and on the recommendation of the waitress, I did go with the fried version. It had a thin, unique coating, and was excellent--one of the better ones I've had at any restaurant, regardless of price. The prices overall are excellent by the way.
I did try some of my friends gator bites and they were good--not overcooked as they sometimes are at other places.
My friends also had the chicken wings, which are served with a homemade dipping sauce made with datil peppers--a locally grown chile. It is worth a try--just a little heat at first, that slowly builds up on you.
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