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November 24, 2012
Holly Grove, Arkansas
September 13, 2005
The night we went around 4pm, we were able to park and were quickly seated once we got in. If you do not arrive really early, the wait can be extremely long. There were already a lot of people eating at 4pm. The menu is full of seafood dishes and lots of seafood platters. I ordered a seafood platter, since that had been recommended by some of the people on the beach. Our service was fairly quick but nothing to brag about. The food was good, but not as good as I had expected because of the talk on the beach and the crowds there. To me, the food was not good enough that I would want to wait an hour for a table. It there was not a long wait and I could get parking, I would probably try this place again.
From journal Summer Vacation in Orange Beach
May 17, 2005
From journal Great Golf on the Alabama Gulf Coast
February 2, 2001
Located just down the road from the Battleship Alabama, this is a great place to eat before heading back into Mobile.
Their specialties include seafood platters and steamed seafood and their gumbo isn’t bad either.
From journal Mobile, Alabama's entry to the sea
October 15, 2000
My family, when visiting Gulf Shores, often opts to eat their main meal in the midddle of the day and then snack at night. Helps to cut down on the costs.
If you come to this restaurant be prepared to eat seafood and some of the best you will ever put in your mouth.
You can't go wrong with their seafood platters - no matter which way you have them.
From journal Gulf Shores - no longer the Redneck Riveria