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La Crosse, Wisconsin
June 29, 2001
The local Chamber of Commerce newsletter was a buzz about the owner’s taking over management of the restaurant starting the spring of 2001. They have apparently brought in a new chef and totally re-done the menu.
I cannot tell you about service, as we had carry-out. On this particular evening, the kids preferred hot dogs and the adults preferred to stay sandy from the beach.
This is primarily a seafood restaurant. The menu items are Floribbean: Gulf shrimp, grouper, oysters, local crab and crawfish are featured. The Heavenly Grouper was very good (baked in white Dijon sauce with toasted almonds). The Cajun Angels (jumbo shrimp stuffed with crab meat, wrapped in bacon and broiled with Cajun spices) had the usual problem for bacon-shrimp combinations: either the bacon is underdone or the shrimp is overdone. In this case overdone. I believe this might be a problem with this dish only, or maybe just that night. Everything else we tried (pasta dishes, salads, sides) were excellent. The wine list is reputed to be one of the best on the Panhandle, but we did not try any.
Next time I want to eat in so I can try their Mango Cheesecake.
From journal Young Family Hits the Beach with Local Relations
mc minnville, Tennessee
September 9, 2002
From journal Navarre Beach, Florida