The place doesn't look overly inviting from outside, but give it a chance. Restaurant is upstairs with decently priced lunch specials. For instance, a "small" seafood platter (1 large crab cake, 3 pieces of fish 3 fried oysters, 3 fried shrimp, hush puppies & a side (good cole slaw)) for just $13.95 was very good. Wife got the sesame-coated Ahi Tuna appetizer & loved it. Owner zealously asserts that his seafood comes from the attached Goatfeathers Seafood Market, supplied fresh from the Gulf. So, if the boats don't bring oysters or whatever, they won't have them. Arriving at noon Monday, there were many empty tables, but more arrived later. With a "B" health score, the restaurant looked clean to us. Kim, our server, was pleasant & very efficient. Getting a to-go tea, I went to put the top on & the flimsy plastic cup crumpled & broke making a mess but Kim quickly replaced. We'd go back.
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