Seafood, Brunch: South Street looks like an old 'Dukes of Hazard" set, so don't expect to find any fancy linen tablecloths! This is the type of place tourists usually eschew because its looks aren't too enticing. In the warmer months, locals jockey for one of the tables close to huge retractable glass doors. In the winter, the preferred tables are situated around the cozy fireplace. South Street serves up Gulf-style cuisine that includes down-home red crawfish boils and oyster po' boys, fried pickle spears, fried catfish and, of course, delicious Nashville-style ribs.
Local Expert Hollie Deese Says:
Seafood: "Spring the $16 for the Steam Pot Bucket, packed with mouth-watering mussels, shrimp, oysters, smoked sausage, corn and new potatoes in a rolling Cajun boil. Don't forget the drawn butter and piles of napkins."
Best for Seafood Because: Suddenly South Street is one of the area stalwarts, serving up delicious oysters and crab legs since 1991.
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