Our Hotel front desk clerk told us this was one of the good seafood restaurants in the area. This is more of a neighborhood bar than regular restaurant. It's not very big but don't let that deter you from visiting here. The seafood has a Louisiana influence with dishes like BBQ shrimp and Etouffee, both of which we had. They were both good but not great. We did start the meal with an order of onion rings which were very good and finished with an order of bread pudding which was also good. It was busy and the service was a bit slow but we enjoyed our time there.
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