This is a typical Florida seafood restaurant, on Rt. 17. It's not on the water, but very close to the St. Johns River.
We went there for dinner, for our last night in town. It is fairly rustic, with an alligator skin stretched on one wall. The menu was somewhat confusing because they change their sides, daily, and tape them to the booth. So, if you don't know better, you are left to search for the sides for your meal.
The food was very good. However, the portions were somewhat large and we left feeling uncomfortable. The service was ok but not great. I had to flag the waitress for a drink refill.
Overall, we did enjoy our meal and would return if we get back to the area.
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