Head to the rooftop of Six Feet Under to eat things like baked parmesan oysters, king crab legs, or a basket of fried catfish. It’s also a good place to teach your children that fish sticks can be worlds better than the frozen kind you’ve been popping in the microwave when you only have 90 seconds to put dinner on the table. Though if someone you’re with isn’t as into sea creatures, this seafood spot serves a great burger too.
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