It was sheer luck that landed me at Mariner's- the end of a long day's driving. My luck wasn't all good- the rain was pouring down in buckets, so I couldn't take advantage of the outdoor seating and lake views. But, being that this was my first visit to Louisiana, I wanted to try something distinctly local. I went for the blackened alligator. It was just an appetizer, but a large one, so it sufficed as an entree for me. Oh my! There was an excellent dipping sauce (the name of which already escapes me), and as good as it was, the gator was so good in its buttery spiced form that I ended up eating most of it without the sauce. The meat was tender and juicy. I can't recommend this dish enough. It ought to be an entree!
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