Our 35 minute drive to this forty-plus year old, south suburban neighborhood spot tucked away on a sleepy street was well worth it!. The first thing you seen when you walk in is the over 100 year old bar that came over from England during the Columbian Worlds Fair in Chicago. Fresh oysters arrive daily and that freshness is reflected in any dish featuring them. We had the six oysters prepared three different ways appetizer. Wow. The house-made andouille sausage is fantastic. The catfish and red fish dishes were outstanding. The restaurant also features a beguiling BBQ sauce that i have never tasted anywhere else before.
The scratch-made cocktails and ample list of micro-brew beers to satisfy just about any taste round out a fantastic drinking and dining experience, all set to the sounds of some Seventies Soul tunes. Quite the place!
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