My two young granddaughters and I stopped here for lunch. It was not crowded and we were seated by the window. The restaurant looked like it could stand some refurbishing and touching up. The server was busy but came with our beverages and took our order. She came back a few moments later to inform me that they were out of the oysters. I settled for the fish po'boy which came with three small thin pieces of overcooked fried fish. They looked like they came out of a freezer bag. The tartar sauce was minimal and I had to ask for more, and it was simply mayonnaise with a hint of perhaps relish? My older granddaughter ordered a fried shrimp lunch with fries and hushpuppies (included) and that was fine, but she had to ask again for the cocktail sauce. The hushpuppies were three very small ones for the price. My younger granddaughter ordered a hamburger and that was okay. However, with one tea and one cup of coffee, the price for these three lunches came to almost $40.00.
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