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Annette's Lobster House: MM 48 A Big Menu
I asked the group at the marina where we should go, and they recommended this place.
It was very pretty inside, with lighted medallions with fish in them, and art (for sale) around on the walls.
There is a big big menu which starts out with the desserts instead of appetizers. Entrees ranging from $12.95 up to a seafood dinner for two for $69.95. There was a separate folder with a menu of specials.
The specials today were stone crab claws for appetizers, three fish dishes from $19.95 to $21.92, a special vegetable, and a whole page of the day's desert specials in addition to specially priced drinks.
The wait staff was very attentive. The girls mostly wore shorts or mini skirts.
Favorite Dish: We tried very hard to chose the cheapest items on the menu. The last page of the menu was headed "Lite Fare", and had slightly cheaper dishes with smaller portions - these included a half rack of lamb for $16.95, frogs legs (fried or broiled) for $13.95, chicken breast, and the catch of the day for $13.95. The catch of the day was mahi, which both of us took.
The price included hot hard rolls, either ceasar salad or a trip to the soup and salad bar (soups today were tomato and chicken), a starch and a vegetable medley (peas, carrots, string beans, sweet pepper and those little tiny pickled corn cobs). For the starch, Bob had a baked potato (which was huge) and I had the vegatable special of the day which was mashed coconut sweet potato.
We each had dessert - Bob had a brownie sundae ($5.95) and I had carmel apple crisp ala mode for $4.95.
The total bill was $52.71 including tip. (the tip was $8.00)
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