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Seafood: Fans of waterside dining have been rejoicing since Blue Moon reopened in April 2013 after it was crippled by the May 2010 flood. One of only a few spots in the area you can get to by boat, the atmosphere is most definitely flip-flop casual. Service and food has been up and down in the past, but hopes are high for the new iteration. The fried lobster tail with mango salsa is a delicious way to start your meal when you exit the dock. Fish tacos are a favorite at lunch while steak medallions and pan-fried catfish with sesame seeds, lemon zest and a hot mustard and plum sauce shine at dinner. Brunch on Sunday adds omelets, pancakes and shrimp and grits with a roasted tomato sauce.

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Local Expert Hollie Deese Says:

Seafood: "Don't even bother in the winter months. Blue Moon shuts down operations in January and February."

Best for Seafood Because: Pull up and dock your boat for waterside casual dining or head over for late night bites and beer into the early morning hours.

Main Menu

Appetizers
Salads
Sandwiches & Signature Wraps
Featured Entrées
Entrées By Land & By Sea
Side Items
Desserts
Kids Menu
Beverages
Sunday Brunch
A La Carte
Barefoot
Duckhorn Decoy
Specialty Cocktails
Bottled - Domestic
Bottled - Import
Tap
Non-Alcoholic Beer

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