Have not been to Blue Fish Grill after a year. Went there for Father's Day. Menu remains unchanged, with the usual assort ment of grilled and fried fish, fish tacos, fish & chips, and various sauces with international flavors. The catfish po boy melted in the mouth, and the grilled ahi tuna was done just right. Didn't even have to ask them to do it medium rare. The sides like cole slaw and grilled pineapple are nice accompaniment. Only short comings are the chips (a bit too greasy) and limited dessert selection. But there isn't much room left anyway.
Now that they have a bigger restaurant, it seems that they change the frying oil much more often, so even going there on a Sunday afternoon, the fried food still taste fresh.
The new space is great in the old Stangl Pottery Factory is much larger and comfortable than the old "shed", bright and airy. There are a couple of nice galleries to browse around if you have to wait for a table. The old pottery kiln was fun to look at.
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