When the gang's hungry, take a crowd to eat in or arrange to have them cater your next outdoor fish fry.
The menu here is simple: Gulf seafood is boiled, fried, or prepared in authentic versions of Creole and Cajun specialties. Try the soft-shell crab po'boy.
A Jarocho is a resident of Veracruz, so you'll find specialties from this Mexican state here. You'll also find tuna empanadas in your basket of chips.
Crazed traffic from the nearby flea market notwithstanding, this is a great place to sample ceviche tostadas or tilapia tacos with chile-accented mayonnaise while watching Mexican soap operas on the big TV.
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