Great catfish. The special of the day was shrimp and pasta. My second time so I took my husband. He loved it!.
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Don't let the outside appearance of this historic building turn you away. Between our family of four we tried the grouper and shrimp, fried catfish, northshore pasta, and the soup trio. Everything we had was very good. The grouper was top notch. We each had...More
This restaurant on the corner of the main intersection in Eufaula is a gem. It is not fancy and the place might be do a little paint and cleaning but the food is great. Our group tried several dishes including the Cajun medley and pasta...More
The grilled grouper is my favorite and I also like the blackened chicken and shrimp. They also have great seafood gumbo, red beans and rice and onion rings. Their bread pudding is the best.
My wife and I have eaten here on a number of occasions over the years when we do our yearly visit to Eufaula/Columbus and are never disappointed. Portion sizes are great for what you pay. Their zucchini fries are awesome as is the Grouper Maque...More
Visiting Eufaula, Alabama? Who said you can't get good Cajun and Creole food outside Louisiana? Well you can in this charming southern town near the Alabama-Georgia border. You'll find all your favorite Louisiana food in the historic old Bluff Inn built in 1885. The atmosphere...More
Husband and I stopped here for lunch as we drove through Eufala. Both of us had the soup sampler platter. Salad was a nice leafy mix with mozzarella and craisens and the soups were delicious. I loved the generous number of crostini. We would definitely...More
Would have liked to dine in, but my beverage of choice with the meal was only available in my hotel room (no beer/wine sold in County on Sundays). I had a grouper salad, red beans & rice, and sauteed/steamed vegetables. Every item exceeded expectations --...More
When you walk in to the ground floor restaurant of this dilapidated old inn set downtown in the faded lady town of Eufaula it is as though time stood still. Lots of places these days try for the retro effect but here it wasn't necessary....More