Wait times for dinner reached two hours some nights while we were vacationing in Seaside. We finally got in with no wait on our last night there. I prefer eating inside the restaurant, which was formerly a Seaside cottage. The ambience is much more homey and relaxing. We started our meal with the soul rolls, which I highly recommend. Alone they could be a yummy light meal. The meat and three entree varies daily, and it was a pork chop that night. It was phenomenal, and portions were large enough for two meals. Other entrees included a bacon wrapped filet, grits and shrimp, fish of the day (grouper), mac and cheese with bacon and shrimp, grilled salmon, Korean barbecue pork sandwich, and Po Boys. The sides are southern staples - fried okra, green beans, mashed potatoes, collard greens, fried green tomatoes, etc. There’s something on the menu for everyone, but it’s a splurge meal with regards to both calories and price.
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