We were traveling through on Thanksgiving Day looking for a more upscale early dinner, and were not disappointed. The view along the river from our table as the sun sank to the west was beautiful, particularly when a family of otters swam by. Service was good, and we enjoyed an actual cloth tablecloth and napkins after several days on the road. It seemed like a holiday!
Now for the food, we both had the grilled oysters - a plentiful serving for $21. These are the little, tiny, tasty oysters that tasted fresh and natural without a lot of seasoning. I love oysters cooked this way, but my husband said he would have preferred them on the half shell with some extras like butter and garlic. We learned the next day that the Apalachicola oyster population is in a significant decline - around 50% just in the past year. But, back to the food. I had a salad that was ok, maybe a little uninspired for a dinner of this price. The rice/beans came in a soup cup, and were more like soup, but good. Hubby had the mashed potatos that he said were very good. The wine was excellent with a fair price. We shared the tiramisu for dessert with was excellent.
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