Me and my friends went there after chilling at the beach for a few hours. We didn't know any good eats around the area so we decided to try the first restaurant that caught our eye. Once inside, we stood in line to be seated. The wait was tolerable as we were slightly entertained by the novel devices that dangled over the walls. Once we got our table we made our order after five minutes of deciding. After a millennium and five crackers later our food finally arrived. What we had were Cajun shrimp that was overly seasoned, the worse clam chowder ever, and passable jambalaya that barely filled the plate; awfully expensive for such tiny portions.
P.S. For the poster who was amused by the waiters' trivia knowledge on Forrest Gump... there's a large plasma screen hanging above the bar that plays the movie from open to close everyday.
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