I really feel that currently these are the best available oysters. Also noteworthy was the French silk pie. I wish I could eat here every week.
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Good local seafood. Great local seafood. I didn't care for the atmosphere. It was crowded and seemed disorganized. You place your order on a paper form and go get your own drinks including beer and draft beer. You keep track of how many you had...More
For dinner every day of the year and I'll feel fine, feel fine. We ordered stuffed shrimp, oysters, gumbo and Mark even had to have a corn dog. It's fun to come upon these places that are full of history and people just love going...More
Very interesting little place. We stopped in at 230 on a weekday,and they were very busy. Menu and beer list is on the table, fill out the menu with the type and number of items you want, and someone will be around to pick it...More
Found this while looking for that "hole in the wall" place we all try to find. Was a great find. Unique way of ordering and keeping your own drink tab by checking off on a list what you drink then paying for them as you...More
No better oysters in the Panhandle! Whether you want a dozen or more Raw Oysters or a dozen or more Baked Oysters you can't go wrong. Thinking about them now makes me wish I could be there now enjoying a tasty Oyster. The staff is...More
Stopped in for a beer and oysters on the half shell, Omg the oysters were so good, fresh!! You serve your own draft beer! Laid back, Friendly place. It’s a must stop!!!
Sitting at the bar, I have to say that these oysters are super fresh. The boys behind the bar just shuck them constantly, and even passed me a pearl! Very relaxed vibe with an honesty bar. I'd definitely recommend for tasty oysters.
We have been here twice before and this third time was a lot quieter than in the past, but the oysters (raw and baked) were still great. Also tried the seafood gumbo which was nicely spiced and appeared to have other bits of seafood in...More