First of all, the seating is outdoors and the atmosphere is comfortable and easy. There are plenty of things to look at as you sit and enjoy your tablemates and the weather. The menu is small, but big on flavor. When I see fried shrimp on a menu I think heavy batter and grease, and shrimp so overcooked that you can't event taste it. What a pleasant surprise it was when I ordered the shrimp po'boy! The batter was so light, I can only describe it as a light tempura. And the shrimp...oh my my! The shrimp was sweet and delicious. All of this was washed down with a tasty sweet tea.
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