The first Texas location of this East Coast chain wowed us with a more diverse selection of oysters than one usually finds in these suburban parts south of Fort Worth.  Steamed, char-grilled, and on the half-shell, the juicy choices come from places such as Virginia, New England, and Canadian coastal waters. A classic Low Country boil brought a mess of steamed shrimp with chunks of smoked sausage, new potatoes, and short cobs of corn. The signature Swing Bridge sandwich featured chopped fried shrimp on a warm, buttery bun with lettuce, tomato, and a rémoulade-like sauce. Ball games on TV amuse bar patrons, and live music from solos or trios adds to a festive spirit.