Old Florida Grill & Oyster House - food poor - service good
There were only diners sitting at 3 tables in our section when we ordered, but the server came back and suggested we order appetizers as "the meal is going to take quite some time as there are lots of orders ahead of ours."
We had walked through the other sections on our way in and noted there were no people at all seated on the water, due to an impending storm. There were a few people seated at the bar and the 3 tables in our section. We elected not to order appetizers and to "wait it out" for our meals.
The waitress was pleasant and tried to please us. Another couple was seated nearby at the bar and seemed distressed over their meal. Two people at our table had ordered "medium" filet mignon (to ensure it was not overcooked) along with 1/2 lb snow crab. The people at the bar ordered the same. Our chicken fingers and scallops were fine, but the filet mignon was charcoal or cardboard consistency when presented at the table. The crab was cold, the butter was cold.
The diners at the next table said their entire meals were stone cold and complained to the server, who brought their meals back to the cook. They were given a total of 4 crab claws and told it "was a whole pound." One of our diners received 4 crab claws; the second diner received 8 crab claws. Each was supposed to receive 1/2 pound.
The server asked how our meals were and didn't know how to handle the overcooked steaks and insufficient cold crab claws. We were given a slice of key lime pie to make up for it and charged $61.38 for the meal. Never again.