Looking for a quick lunch, my fiance and I decided to try this place, but we weren't going for a ""culinary experience"" or anything. The dining room is small and it can get a bit loud, but still comfortable. I had the crab cakes and my fiance had the fried catfish. Everything was exactly as I had expected it to be, your typical chain restaurant with decent food and young, inexperienced waitstaff. I actually enjoyed the crabcakes quite a bit. They were made with plenty of crab, rather than getting a mouthfull of stuffing. Overall, nothing spectacular but a decent alternative to the camp and commercialness of Red Lobster.
Pros: Decent food, reasonably fresh
Cons: Waitstaff could use training