My wife and I met her grade school and neighborhood friend for lunch now living on the island. For lunch there was only 2-3 tables filled-the establishment is full during the evenings according to our friend. The evening's entertainment was setting up as well. The menu has a Southeastern island flare with seafood in combination with Southern cooking. We each had variations of crab cakes-both excellent and recommended.
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