This was the biggest family meal I've ever had. It was like going to your Aunt's House and sitting next to a Cousin and chatting about your meal, travel and everything in between. The five of use are family but every one who sat next to us became family too!
The halibut, blackened catfish, shrimp ettouffe and pasta Mardi Gras are all excellent selections. No I didn't eat all of these but we are a sharing kind of family! But that Swamp Thing...just order it, you won't be sorry. The atmosphere is joyous, the staff is friendly but keep on them if you want refills. Oh and yes I left room for dessert. Banana Pudding, Creme Brulee and Key Lime pie; we shared these too. We went at about 2 PM on Sunday and missed the lunch and dinner crows and still received the cheaper lunch menu every day until 3 PM.
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