- Griffin Swartzell
We bypass tempting vegan tacos for a mess of fried seafood, picking up a poboy ($10) and a plate of fish and chips ($10), both served with a cup of thin, tart house remoulade. The former comes with four fried shrimp slightly overcooked but not bad. The highlight’s the side of fries, soft through and cut in-house. They do better with the fish and chips, two pieces of cod in a substantial and satisfying coating. With a pint of Trinity Brewing Company’s superlative One Ear Saison ($5), it’s a fine bar meal.