We made reservations at Perry's for lunch on Easter Sunday after mass. The restaurant appeared to have just opened for business on that day because many of the staff were standing as if they had just had their "opening shift" meeting, waiting on customers to arrive.
We were immediately seated, in an area where another table of 4 were sitting. Our waitress came to our table very quickly and took our drink order. She then brought us our basket of bread and soft, very spreadable creamed butter (which was delicious) which our kids dove into right away. We passed on any appetizers and dove right into our entree ordering. I decided to go with the Pecan-Crusted Gulf Red Snapper Topped with jumbo lump crabmeat and white wine cream sauce. I was a little hesitant at first because I'm very apprehensive about ordering crab that has already been shelled. I do not like eating crab only to find bits and pieces of shell in the meat. However, I decided to cast my fears aside and go with it, and was glad that I did. The crab meat was hearty and there was no evidence of any shells anywhere. The plate was served with some very thin broccoli which I'm not sure that I've ever had, but they were really good! My wife and daughter ordered the Filet Mignon, and son ordered Fried Shrimp. We also ordered two sides: a side of Creamed Spinach and the Macaroni and Cheese and both were outstanding!
It was a great and delicious way to spend Easter Sunday!
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