I am a local and had family come in from a different state that wanted seafood. I know from going to restaurants closer to the beach that the service is horrendous even though the food is very good. So, I took them to Dixie Crossroads. I have only been a couple times before this trip. My general experience on this trip was the same as other times I have been. The host staff seemed a little less than happy to be there but our server was really great. There was no wait when we went and parking was more than adequate. For the price I thought the portions were generous especially the tons of free corn fritters that were brought to our table. I would say in comparison to other seafood places the food is average. There is nothing particularly awesome on the menu, but it's still pretty authentic (not like Red Lobster). I was disappointed with the lack of variety in entree options. I had the rock shrimp, which is about as unique as this place gets. It was cooked perfectly and served hot with drawn butter. The fries were great. My sister got the lobster which was humongous, and she said it was very good. The biggest downfall about this restaurant is the serious need for renovation. The carpets and seating are really old and make the restaurant look dirty. Also, the terrible uniforms the employees have to wear look like road construction crew vests.
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