It's been a few years since we've been there, but.... Jim Adams owned and ran the place. It was a very competent restaurant - good food, good service, good ambiance, for a fair price. But what made it unusual is that Jim put unusual entrees on the menu. He got farm raised alligator and camel and lion and zebra and such. If you got tired of steak and lobster and fish and chicken and ribs and such, well, you could try an appetizer or entree from an animal that is unusual in the USA.
I understand that now-a-days they reserve the "unusual" menu for the weekends, but it sure was fun in the 80's when we lived there.
Favorite Dish: Alligator tid-bits appetizer. It was cut into bite sized pieces, batter dipped, and deep fried. It was served with a sweet and sour sauce, but I liked it better with a cocktail sauce. It was enough to get a real taste, but not enough to spoil your appetite. Also, it didn't cost enough to break your budget.