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"Went here for my Birthday Dinner and had a memorable meal! Since we love to eat outside the upstairs rooftop seating was our choice. (Had read that they allow dogs and since we are animal lovers enjoyed the large lab that laid quietly at the next table!) We ordered "the special" that was Amber Jack ..."topped with roasted red peppers, mushrooms and a light lobster sauce. My husband thought it sounded like it was going to be too rich tasting, but we decided to try it since it was a special occasion. It was simply fantastic!!! FYI, we did share it and it was plenty of food. The Caesar salad was good too (the quality of the parmesan cheese was iffy…but it still was tasty), next time would get the regular side salad. They have a very nice wine list but the star of the show was their famous flan for dessert. Our sweet and friendly server said it was what they were known for and she did not steer us wrong. It is probably one of the best we have ever had in the states at least! Overall it was a...
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"Loved this casual but high quality seafood establishment! I'm really not that big of an oyster fan, but had to try a few since Apalachacola is known for them. Wow..is all I can say. Nothing like a fresh oyster with a squirt of lemon and dash of hot sauce. Simply the best I have ever eaten. My husb..."and tried the crab cake that came with fried green tomatoes that he was just so so. I also tried the vegitarian salad that was quiet good and I was happy to see it on the menu, since in this area many of the restaurants don't even have a vegetable on it! If you are looking for some fresh seafood, I would say you will not be disappointed at Up the Creek!
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"I am in my mid-sixties and have traveled extensively in this country and in Europe -- on generous expense accounts. I have lived in Alabama, Washington State, Virginia, NYCity, and Connecticut. Near Hood Canal, we used to pick our own oysters at low tide, build a fire and roast them on the shore w..."hile looking at Mt. Rainer across the Hood Canal. I have been eating oysters since my teenage years or possibly earlier. I think I ordered my first beer with my father present at the Acme Oyster house in New Orleans. My reaction to our first visit to Boss's was the question above. I think we had 4 dozen oysters prepared in a variety of ways -- every one was delicious. The table of 4 business guys next to us ordered 8 dozen and then when the waitress asked if they wanted the bill, they said, "heck no we want another 8 dozen"!
Boss's oysters from Apalachicola are simply the best oyster's on the half shell that I have ever had -- prepared 13 ways (if I recall the number correctly). ...
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