I'm always checking out new bars and restaurants, and my friends are always telling me to start a blog since I love to eat and drink! I decided to start the blog to highlight a few of my favorite places in Dallas as well as places I have never been. I'd like to show my support for my service industry friends and showcase what they do. I'm just a waiter who likes good food, good beers, good cocktails, and good specials! I'll try to keep all my posts short and sweet so you can move on to the next one. I feel like saying too much can ruin it. Let me know what you think!
I usually come here for the snow crab legs. They’re always very good! Of course, it comes with drawn butter, roasted potatoes, and corn on the cob. It’s a pretty large portion for only $18.99. So large that if I don’t crack and eat fast enough, it gets a bit cold in the end, so crack fast, y’all! Cajun seasoning gives it a nice kick. Yes, I went cajun again. Sorry. I gotta stick with a good thing.
Anyways, this time I decided to try things I’ve never had. The menu said that the crab stuffed shrimp was an employee favorite, so I HAD to get it. It was fantastic! The texture, sauce, batter, and seasoning made me so happy! (Check out the pictures). Also, the blackened chicken pasta is “the most popular item on the menu”, so my friend got it. It was actually suggested by a past employee that now works at Sundown (I’m currently the mayor there on Foursquare. It’s a big deal. Not really.) Well, he loved it, and I loved every bite I stole from him. The food was so good that I didn’t even notice that karaoke was going on until I left. They really didn’t have a ton of beer selections, but the food made up for it. Check it out.
Yep! We went Cajun this time! This place was pretty busy with only three servers. Generally, I try not to go to a restaurant during their dinner rush, but, oops! I did it again. I just had to be sure that I was ready to order enough “stuff” every time the server stopped by. Right away we ordered water, Pabst Blue Ribbon (don’t judge, it was refreshing), shiner, calamari, and crab cakes. I just gotta say, I love when someone does fried food well. Not too greasy or chewy, etc. The crab cakes were on an awesome sauce that I can’t pronounce. The calamari was served with tartar and cocktail sauce. Both appetizers were very good. It made waiting, which wasn’t that long, more bearable. It’s just that time is in slow motion when you’re super hungry. For dinner we had more beer, blackened tilapia that sat on a bed of dirty rice (instead of white rice by request) topped with an AWESOME shrimp cream sauce, fried okra, blackened alligator, blackened salmon, and fried cream corn. I loved everything. I don’t have to describe all the flavors, just know that it was great, and please try all this good stuff. I see why their Chef has been on television. Also, one of their regulars told me I should’ve got the pork chops. Next time. No dessert this time. I couldn’t even finish my tilapia which I took some home as leftovers. It was even better the second day!
Oh, I understand they sometimes have live music. Acoustic blues and jazz I think. Check out their website for that info. Speaking of their website, their pictures on there do their food much more justice than mine.