The positive posters must be employees or the owners themselves. I should have been tipped off when we walked into an empty restaurant at sundown on a Saturday. It was clean and simple, not overly acessoried with seaside decor. Pleasant staff. I was talked into the shrimp pasta. The shrimp must have been boiled for the hour preceeding my arrival. The alfredo sauce was most certainly picked up at the local grocery store earlier that day. The only positive was the meager ration of buttered bread. Never again. Much too expensive for the obvious lack of culinary skills. There s a reason that Jim Shaws is the seafood restaurant of choice in Macon.
Very enjoyable place. Fish is fresh and tasty. Crab legs were very good tasting, but needed to be sliced down the shell. Salad is very good. Minimal wine selection, but adequate. Attentive service in quiet setting. We will return!
This Sleep Inn in Macon is located approximately six miles from the city's center, and is 17 miles from Middle
Georgia Regional Airport. Local attractions include the Grand Opera House, and Ocmulgee National Park, both approximately six miles from ...
Conveniently located right next to the I 475 Bypass, Exit 3; the hotel offers easy access to key area attractions
including the world famous Cherry Blossom Festival, the Grand Opera House, Mercer University, Macon State College and the historic ...
One of Georgia's largest enclosed shopping malls, this premier mall is anchored by Belk Matthews, Rich's, J.C. Penney, Sears, Parisian,
and Dillard's plus features over 200 specialty shops, over 30 fabulous eateries in the food court, and a family ...