Not too dang bad! Live music was ok, the lady was buzzing....Dustin prinze or jade castle would be a hit there! The train was unnerving but added to the shtick! The food was outstanding, drinks were eclectic and on point, I've never had moonshine or a spicy margarita before and the white stout??!!?? What! Service was good, seemed like they were always around ( not hovering and always in eye sight/earshot due to size of establishment! ) But overall.......NOT TOO DANG BAD!, only issue was size and storage was limited! Heard a funny waiter/cook conversation about a drunken night! LOL! With a better venue this place would catch the fire and melt the hearts of OKC! Oh yeah, do some more Cajun/creole foods like a real gumbo, boudain, fried catfish, crawfish boil, some greens, cornbread, gator, shrimp......nice big shrimp! Chef has skill for sure, management knows what they are doing, staff was well trained. Good job guys!
First I drove all the way to Piedmont just to discover that location is closed. That information was not on the web site. We then visited the location on NW Expressway. The service was good and everyone was really nice, but the food is nothing special. I am always looking for good fried catfish, and this was not it. The baked fish had good flavor, but the fried catfish was pretty bland. The homemade ice cream was way too sweet and I don't like it that people dip their own out of a large container. The thought of everyone putting their hands right into the container is pretty gross. The variety of food was not that great either especially considering the price. Golden Coral is definitely the better choice for a buffet.
Crabtown in Bricktown has very good food and lots of atmosphere. The waiters and waitresses go out of their way to make sure you are enjoying your food and keep your drinks filled. I have never gone when the manager hasn't stopped by my table at least once to ask if we were enjoying ourselves. The restaurant decor is reminiscent of a southern Louisiana swamp-type diner, with creaky floors, tin awnings, fishing nets, and other old south memorabilia. The food can be a little pricey, but it is very good.