This casual-classy comfort food spot on Pier 19 is known for using their own boats to catch and serve an extensive “boat-to-table” menu with boils, platters, and in-season Gulf Coast oysters. Our seafood gumbo was swimming with pink, tail-off shrimp, fresh crab, and oysters in a bacon-and-fried-okra roux thickened with filé. Larger and juicier shrimp caught from the historic Mosquito Fleet berth were fried with a cornmeal crumb so thick we marveled at its ability to hold together. Hush puppies were fresh from the fryer, unusually moist, and had whole corn kernels in the batter. When we witnessed the deep-fried crabs in butternut crab sauce with fat, pre-cracked claws being set upon a nearby table as the perfume of garlic cheese bread wafted across the busy room, our only lament was the size of our stomach.