Suicide Bridge Restaurant

We always try to go in April.  If we wait any longer, the placewill be filled with ACH!! tourists.  They have a great buffet on Fridays.  As usual, everything was fabulous–steamed shrimp, crab imperial, barbecued ribs, prime beef, turkey, oyster fritters, fried oysters, fried scallops, ham, raw oysters. There were king crab legs which none of us ate.   I don’t know why those things are even served around here.  Soups were asparagus and cream of crab.  They had rolls and salad fixings,even beets thatwere almost as good as Algyer’s.  We tried to eat some of everything.  Nothing came up short of our expectations.  We were stuffed, but happy.  I forgot dessert–little cheesecakes that melted in your mouth.

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2 Responses to “Suicide Bridge Restaurant”

  1. Christine Says:

    YUM! Why is it called Suicide Bridge?

  2. Christine Says:

    There must be a story behind that.

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