Enjoyable dinner here. Kind of loud (two of our party mostly deaf) but that's due to the cool, original wood floors (1901?) and high ceilings, which add to the airy atmosphere. Loved that a fresh shrimp cocktail arrived as we sat down. Good price on the quaffable cava got the dinner off to a happy start. Onion rings are HUGE - if you order, hope you have about 5 others to help you. Soup of the day, lima bean, was a complete surprise and ended up being the favorite of the table. Poppy seed dressing for the salad good, but a bit heavy on the raw onion. Dad said the spicy jambalaya was the best he'd ever eaten. He didn't share, which is part testament to that. Salmon was nicely cooked but a bit lacking in overall flavor (no sauces came with it). Varied choice of sides come with entrees, e.g., yams, potatoes, rice, soup or salad. Large menu. Only gluten free dessert was an ice cream sundae. Friendly service.
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