I just have a problem paying as much for an iced tea as I do for food.....it may be good, but WAY overpriced!
We have often visited over quite a few years. I can say,that fir the past 3.5 years,there has been zero disappointment . All ordered items were just exquisite . Matters not if fried,broiled,etc.,they know what they are doing. The salads are first class too,of course. I particularly love the crab cakes. Reservations are smart on weekends.
A bunch of friends and I ate there last night. It was a really bad dining experience. We entered at 845p. We left at 1215a. Dinner took 2:10 to come out. The waitress never once came over and asked us how we were doing, or offered us drinks. So overpriced. The bathrooms were filthy, ugh.
I wanted to like this place, I really did, but I've been there three times now and have been unimpressed on each occasion. The happy hour food quality and prices are pretty good, as is the drink selection, but the service was terrible. And I'm not too picky in that department... On every occasion that I have been there, the waitress took an incredibly long time to take our orders, and then needed to be prompted several times to return with drinks, or to come back around. The third time I was there will definitely be my last. One friend received the wrong order and then was criticized by the waitress, another friend ordered drinks that never arrived, despite many polite inquiries. We left and they'll never be seeing our wallets again.
Favorite place to run and grab lunch. There are so many options that no one will be disappointed.
Just had lunch there and the food was good. Fried shrimp were some of the better I've had and fish stew was average. Fried shrimp are $14.95, but you'll have to give them $1.50 more if you want some fries. I'm aware that you're going to pay for the organic ingredients, but $20 crab cake and $10 slice of chocolate cake on the menu for lunch...come on! Good atmosphere and friendly service, but you might want to bring about $30-$40 if you're having lunch for two! I wish them well, but they need to work on the pricing.
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