Sound awesomely unique TD. This place is gone now?There used to be a place called the San Jacinto Inn that was in the shadow of the San Jacinto monument and beside the Battleship Texas. This was a place that you paid to get into and then they brought you food until you couldn't eat anymore. They offered endless boiled shrimp cocktails, Fried shrimp, Raw, and Fried oysters, Fried fish, Stuffed Crabs, and Fried chicken for the kids. The waiters bought their jobs and you never lacked for anything. They also had THE BEST rolls that you have ever tasted and they only served then two at a time because they were always hot and fresh out of the oven.
It wasn't cheap but they made sure that it was always a memorable experience. The waiters were one and all totally devoted to making you happy and to eat too much. They were instantly on a first-name basis with you. It was served in courses and you could move on or come back to any of them whenever you wanted too. The only cost to you once you sat down was alcoholic beverages, mostly ice-cold draft beer, and the tip for the waiter. The inside was like an 18th-century ballroom with 20foot high ceilings, chandeliers and beautiful hardwood floors. The building had a rather colorful past.
My tastebuds have found their twins! I’m surprised at how many people who generally like fish actually dislike one or the other of those two. I think they are both some of the best fish there is.swordfish and shark.
Unfortunately, times change and places like Long John Silvers are cheaper and more convenient and people don't seem to have the same appreciation for fine things that they used to. That place was expensive and they did everything in their power to make it a memorable and perfect experience.Sound awesomely unique TD. This place is gone now?