Evacuated from the Low Country for Hurricane Irma and tired of cooking, we stumbled upon this gem of a restaurant in downtown Brevard. Arriving at 2:30 PM for a late lunch, we were the last seated before they closed their doors. Many of their employees had reported for work, leaving homes without power because Of downed trees and power lines, again due to Irma. The owner was closing so that these employees could get home, thereby forfeiting the usual dinner business.
We ordered a salmon BLT with paste salad, crab cakes with veggies and rice, and fish'n'chips with slaw and fries plus a cup of tomato basil soup. All delicious and serving piping hot. Our server #2 (name forgotten) was friendly and attentive and quick to make sure we had everything we needed.
We would have likely ordered dessert, but aware of their attempting to close ASAP, we left quickly. We are a frequent visitor to Brevard. You can be sure we'll come back on our next visit.
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