A modest menu with good coverage, the specialty is seafood in a creole/cajun style.
This is house converted to an un-presupposing restaurant; it is comfortable. You may not recognize it at first pass. Parking is limited in front, but ample behind if you can figure out how.
Service is very friendly if not speedy. There is an outside deck for nice days, and a comfortable bar inside.
Out table's orders ranged from steak through catfish and grilled shrimp. All of us left comfortably filled, but not one said "WOW! great food."
This is a good place to go where guests have ranging tastes and are tired of fast food.
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