It was a nice quiet Sunday when we visited. Everyone greeted us warmly and we felt right at home. We ate on the small back porch that's right on the boardwalk. We ordered the fried chicken sandwich and the fried oyster poboy. They were lightly breaded and not oily at all. It was perfect. The bread on both sandwiches was really good and tasted fresh. We heard the bartender say that during the summer they're going to have a ton of fresh produce, farm eggs, and possibly some rabbit dishes. This was a great recommendation and were glad they were one of the few restaurants open on Sunday.
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