I like the old renovated building and the great view. The music and acoustics prevented coherent conversation. Most of the staff is very friendly. We were disappointed with the food, though. The charbroiled oysters tasted okay but were very small just like at the Gulfport restaurant. But there is an oyster shortage so I'll leave that alone. My wife's shrimp and grits with Lazy Magolia bbq sauce sounded good. It wasn't. She only ate half and didn't want a to-go box. My Voodoo Shrimp poboy tasted pretty good but the shrimp were cold. This isn't a bad place but they have some improving to do before they can compete with all the good restaurants in town.
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