Took my family on vacation have been many times but never at here, decided to go for breakfast , food was awesome and had amazing view of about 20 boats out in harbor fishing , service was excellent and prices were reasonable!!
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After reading all the reviews, we were a little leery about eating here. We were in from North Texas and went on a Friday night. We were seated fairly quickly, and within a minute Dixie was there to get our drink order. She was back...More
Great place great food and excellent service And prices were good Had blackened fish and boiled shrimp is was great Many locals eat here enough said Seafood comes fresh from adjoining docks
Always have heard good things about McElroy’s and we decided to try it. The food and service were good. I had broiled scallops and gumbo, wife got the shrimp poboy and gumbo. We both loved the gumbo! The scallops were cooked well and tasted very...More
McElroy's is not your traditional seafood restaurant. If you are willing to surprise your tastebuds, it is well worth the visit! Most dishes as cooked with cajun style ingredients. Pro Tip: try the fried crab claws!
Cruising the Coast our first day and we found McElroy's looking very seductive for good seafood. First order: raw oysters (by the dozen); then a cup of gumbo...then a shrimp cocktail (remember this is only lunch). We ate out on the deck and lazily watched...More
My husband wanted some good seafood so we tried here. Staff was not welcoming and it took forever to get our food and it wasn’t that busy. Our food was not cooked thoroughly and our waitress got irritated because we sent it back. I definitely...More