Everything we had was really good. The gumbo had great flavor and a little "kick" to it. The olive tampenade toast was delicious! It is a little salty, due to the olives, so beware if you don't like salty things. The goat cheese and pesto base and lightly toated bread are a perfect foil for the olive tampenade. The shrimp and grits did not disappoint. The grits are rich and creamy. The sauce is flavorful and there is an appropriate amount of shrimp and sausage topping it. The fish tacos are very good. They have a nice amount of fish (I think grilled or baked, but not fried) and veggies tucked inside 2 soft taco shells. The black beans and rice are a nice side for the tacos. The are a little sweet, which is different from any black beans and rice I've ever had. The sink burger lived up to it's name! You would have to be able to dislocate you jaw to put that whole thing in your mouth! The meat was perfectly cooked, moist (a previous reviewer stated theirs was dry, not this one) and very good. The grilled vegetables are really good, too. I did not see actual grill marks on them, but they were not greasy, perfectly cooked (not soggy) and had great flavor. We were too full to try any dessert. Most of the regular menu items (known as "bigs") are in the $ 13-15 range. They had 2 specials, a grouper special that was $22, and a rib roast chop that was $30 (someone at a table near us ordered that and it was HUGE!). The appetizers are about $5-6. The beers range from $5-8. The building is small, and very casual. There is outdoor dining as well. Will go back!
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