We were pleased to find a place to eat near the water. This considering how slow building seems to be since Hurricane Katrina. We were satisfied with the food and service (the young man with the dreadlocks took great care of us and we found nothing in his demeanor to object to). It did seem to be a bit high priced for the area, but for our short visit, we didn't mind supporting a local business.
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