While on a business trip to Rochester, my wife and I met an old college professor of hers for dinner at the Beale. Great vibe, good food, and nice service. Service was prompt and friendly. We shared an order of the Mudbugs for a starter. Mudbugs are crawfish tail meat hand battered, then panko breaded & deep fried. They were good but not great. The professor and I had the Etouffeé and we both loved it. Great flavor! Possibly the best Etouffeé I have had north of the Mason-Dixon line. My wife had the Blackened Catfish which was burnt more than blackened. She didn't finish it, and informed the server who graciously removed it from our bill. Overall we had a great good meal, in an enjoyable atmosphere. They also have live music during the week, and we were able to listen to a wonderful young female singer/guitarist.
Overall a nice experience. I will go back.
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