The ocean is a completely different world from our own, one that we will never know a single thing about because we can't breathe under there or get our skin wet. Go on a culinary expedition with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Seafood, Steak, and Sushi
Open your meal with shrimp steamed dumplings ($8) before moving on to full plates of pecan encrusted red snapper, shrimp fried rice, grilled asparagus and lobster essence ($26) or a 12oz. braised pork osso buco with eggplant, roasted tomato, and garlic potatoes ($25). The menu's sushi selection features a panko-fried lobster roll with mango and spicy mayo ($12).
It's easy to mistake Alligator Grille for a casual comfort-food haven with its menu of alligator gumbo, strip steaks, and sweet-potato fries. But it's the eatery's subtle, sophisticated touches that helped it earn a AAA Three Diamond award. The grills sizzle with lightly seasoned cuts of free-range chicken, filet mignon, and wild salmon, to be paired with everything from wild-mushroom risotto to stone-ground yellow cheese grits. A modest sushi selection features familiar staples while also spotlighting some unmistakably Southern ingredients; the alligator roll pairs its titular meat with sriracha sauce, and a roll of fried oysters and coleslaw takes its inspiration and name from po' boy sandwiches.
White columns and potted greenery welcome diners to the sidewalk patio, while indoors, the tiered dining room's neutral hues and crisp white tablecloths mirror the menu's casual elegance. A chef's bar invites diners to follow their meal from pan to plate as ceiling fans gently rotate overhead, circulating the servers' telepathic conversations throughout the room.
“Best salmon I have ever had- done perfectly”
“Service was good. Our wait staff was very accommodating,”
“We enjoyed our dinner at Alligator Grille...the one comment I would make would be to check the table cloths...the cover cloth is changed but not the one underneath...”
“We enjoyed our dinner at Alligator Grille...the one comment I would make would be to check the table cloths...the cover cloth is changed but not the one underneath and ours was stained with food...also had a spot of food on the cover cloth, but not a big deal...could be a deal breaker for some people, though...”