It looks inviting. I would try the hot chili seafood, but maybe stay away from the shrimp and grits. I guess thats a deep south thing?
Looks like a nice place. Jim--shrimp and grits are the best!
I can't wait until you've tried it and posted a review! ; )
j'aime bien ces tables et ces chaises devant le restaurant. Comme je suis gourmand, je suis allé voir le menu, et cela donne envie. I like these tables and chairs in front of the restaurant. As I am greedy, I went to see the menu, and it makes you want.
Outdoor seating, a must!
Jim, I think shrimp and grits come from Charleston, not sure, but I think so! We were in Charleston over the summer and never did get a chance to try them there, but have heard they are yummy, like FT Lauderdale says!Kelly, I'll let you know what we try!Olivier, I always enjoy your comments!Dusty Lens, isn't outdoor seating the best?!
Looks like a nice spot to eat. :-D
I like the name! Sounds sturdy. :)
Your blog is very beautiful, Tanya. I love seeing photos of the United States where I will be in three weeks from now.
Mary Stebbins Taitt...I've always thought it looks like a nice place to eat too!Lessie, yes, the mighty oak is a good sturdy name!Marie, Thank you for the compliment and I hope you enjoy your visit in the US!
Looks like a great place! Let them know you blogged them and maybe they will comp part of your meal. It has worked for me at local places here in McKinney.
They had me at pepper jack cheese grits. In fact, I'll have one of everything. The patio looks really inviting. I love patio seating!
Looks like some fine dining going on here! Let us know when you eat there.
I have lots of places on my 'to eat at' list as well :) Looks like it could be a good place.
Looks like a fine plac eto pass the time with a bite to eat.Coouldn't believe you knew the star of india. small world isn't it.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)