Bizarre - an entire restaurant chain based on a single, kind of silly movie. It's a living mural to Forrest Gump, running shoes, box 'o chocolates and all, but with an awesome view of the harbor. We started with a surprising New England clam chowder so close to the real thing, one of us was having flashbacks, and a bucket of peel-'n-eat shrimp steamed in beer. Next we had the “Dumb Luck” coconut-fried shrimp, sweet as a lollipop and fresh as the bayou. But our favorite was the Dixie-style babyback ribs slow-roasted and served with fries. We licked those bones clean, then squeezed in a "po boy" shrimp sandwich - oh man, that was good. The restaurant also has a strange, very systematic way of getting a waiter’s attention: There’s a red sign when you need them and green signals that you want to be left alone - no need to waive your arm frantically. Mama’s cinnamon bread and butter pudding just to be over the top. One portion can, and should, feed four.
Best bit: Shrimp, shrimp, shrimp
Good For: One of the strangest, but good strange, dining options