The menu is heavy on sandwiches, but they have a good selection of appetizers, salads and other "main course" entrees.
The building is wonderful. It's an old store that was apparently later a speakeasy and now a restaurant for many years.
I had the crab stew and fried green tomatoes for appetizers. Both were excellent. For the main course I had the combination crab cakes and fried shrimp. The fried shrimp were some of the best I have had anywhere in the world. The crab cakes were a bit over cooked, but nonetheless very good. The french fries are hand cut and excellent.
The service was likewise excellent. My server was very attentive and gave me several good recommendations for attractions in walking distance.
The price was reasonable for the amount of food I ordered.
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