The blazing red interior of Fireoak Grill mimics the fiery grill many of the offerings on the menu emerge from. This casual interior invites visitors to stroll up to the counter to place their orders, whether it's sizzling double cheeseburgers, blackened fish tacos, veggie quesadillas, or steak wraps lined with homemade sauces and salsa. Plates of salmon, tilapia, and chicken dinners are served with two sides like homemade onion rings, and everything can be paired with wine and silverware brought from home.
Broiled or fried. Those are your only options at Pacific Star Restaurant & Oyster Bar. But people who make all their life decisions by flipping a coin don't seem to mind?and neither do the other customers. This includes Rob Balon, a food critic for Fox 7, who said, "Pacific Star is the kind of restaurant where you can get your favorite seafood with a little kick."
He's referring to appetizers, such as shrimp-and-oyster cocktail and fried crab fingers, and entrees, which are divided into fried and broiled categories. On the fried side, there are jumbo shrimp, catfish, and gulf oysters, and the broiler churns out stuffed flounder and jumbo crawfish tails. Plus, the menu even showcases a handful of Cajun favorites such as crawfish ?touff?e and crawfish pirogue.