Place has a laid back Florida vibe, lots of choices, everything was good! Oysters and ceviche were awesome!
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Recently went to Max Grill for an early dinner, I had cioppino and my wife had the grouper, both meals were excellent.
We live in the neighborhood and often walk over to Gaylord St for dinner. I have written a favorable review of Max's in the past but to be honest it has been going downhill and after several mediocre experiences decided to write another review. A...More
This restaurant is located in a great little neighborhood with interesting shops and galleries. However, the food was ok but not exceptional. My husband ordered chioppino which according to the menu included fish and scallops but there were none. We spoke to the waiter about...More
This is in an old haberdashery and the people who renovated it left a lot of charm but it is very functional as a restaurant. Loved the decor! The food was incredible as well. Every bite was a delight. I had fish, son had ribs,...More
We enjoyed our visit very much. The food was very good, the 1/2 priced whiskey was a nice treat. The happy hour oysters were mushy and not fresh. Loved the service...however the restaurant was very noisy up front. We sat in the back to avoid...More
There are several piece of perfection at Max, and the people appear to be working feverishly to make it even better. If you like oysters, there's a daily happy hour for $1/each. There's a terrific side patio, a nice bar area. Not much to complain...More
During happy hour the oysters are so affordable we each had a dozen. They were fresh and delicious. I ordered the whole lobster which was cut apart with a beautiful presentation. My daughter had the surf and turf which she thoroughly enjoyed. The atmosphere is...More
The place was busy but not packed. We did not have reservations but the polite greeter asked if we would check out the Tikki Bar in the back. The Tikki bar it was!. The server was smiling and helpful. The service was timely. The seafood...More