Pretty neat place to visit on the water. Lots of fish swimming in shallow water. Accessible by car or boat. Good food, friendly staff. Best outdoor fire pit.
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We visited here for the 3rd time, there won't be a 4th, and were very unimpressed. The view is good, other then that its just not what we expected. Food has never been hot for us, lukewarm at best. Service is definitely subpar, the staff...More
If you have found your way down the not particularly well signposted road you will find a lakeside bar that does a good job serving the lunchtime crowd in a pleasant and efficient way. They do a good job with their Cajan offerings and have...More
Stopped by with friends for dinner early October. Things are quieter now and less busy. Food and service were good, but not remarkable. The salmon was good and so big our friend needed to take about half of it home. I had the creole chicken...More
So the thing about Shorty Pants that is undeniably awesome is that it's on the water, and if you can get a water-side table, you're very lucky. They have a marina that is filled with huge fish, ducks and all sorts of neat things you...More
We celebrate my son's birthday at the lake every year. After a game of mini golf on our last day, we went to Shorty Pants for lunch before heading home. The food was good and the atmosphere was fun.
Good food, nice variety, and best of all, lots of tables out on the open air deck overlooking the lake.- wonderful ambiance!! Great wait-staff. Will definitely go back next time we are at the lake.
Saw an advertisement for Shorty pants and their Jambalaya. Have been working on making a good Creole Jambo for years.... so I have a good idea of what it takes to cook one. Two main categories of jambalaya exist: Creole (or red) jambalaya, which is...More
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Shorty Pants. The view was nice and the food was quite good. The Cajun food was a nice change of pace. I had the andouille sausage po boy, which was good, although I did not care...More