Even though Poor Billy's can get really crowded (because it's so popular) the sound level doesn't get too loud. I don't know why that is, but the place was packed on Saturday night (2/25) and yet I could carry on a regular conversation at the table. No one bothered us and we did not bother anyone else.
The fried oysters were a good deal because the portion size was substantial and they tasted great. The sides were also enjoyable and the drinks were mixed just right. Only the bread was not up to the standards set by the rest of the menu. It seemed as though Poor Billy's marble loaf was heated in the microwave because it was hot and soft at first, but then it became hard and chewey after a minute.
However, the service was good. The prices were reasonable. The atmosphere was happy and everyone had a good time!
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