Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Monroe. Monroe is a city in and the county seat of Walton County, Georgia, United States. It is located 40 minutes east of Atlanta via US-78 and I-20 westbound and 50 minutes east of Hartsfield Jackson Int'l Airport and is part of the suburban cities in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Monroe is also a city known for its film industry such as the filming of Hidden Figures. The population was 13,234 at the 2010 census and 13,478 at the 2016 census.
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3 based on 20 reviews
Contemporary Southern Seafood and Steaks Restaurant in beautiful Downtown Monroe!
We made reservation for Saturday May 13 . I asked if they had plenty of crab legs as we wanted to feast on what has always been very good crab legs . The price has been $31.95 for all you care to eat . She said they had plenty of the legs . Upon our arrival we were promptly seated and given menus.We told the waitress that we didn't need a menu that w were there for the all you could eat special. She got a funny look on her face and stated that things had changed The day before ! Now they no longer serve all you can eat crab. She said that they were $15.95 for the first pound and $15.00 for every pound there after . I told her we had made reservations the night before and were not told of the change after specifically asking about the crab. She said that the menu had not been changed and that they were not telling people about the change because they were afraid people would not come ! She also said that the crab was very expensive because that China was buying all the crab. Well at least she didnt blame it on the Russians ! We politely thanked her and got up and left . We were very disappointed in the actions taken by the restaurant. We have been eating at Kaity's for several years when it was at the truckstop and after moving into the cellar in downtown Monroe . Now we will be in search of a new seafood restaurant .Thank you for supporting us over the years. It is a little disappointing that after years of providing you with good customer service and food that you obviously enjoyed since you returned several times, that you gave us a 1-star rating because we can no longer afford to lose money on all you can eat crab legs. While I understand the timing was inconvenient to your reservation, things really did change overnight in regards to the crab legs on our menu. We had our financial analysis earlier in the week and realized just how much money we had been losing on AYCE Crab Legs and we simply could not afford to let it happen anymore. The new menu's were printed Friday afternoon and our Staff was informed at that time as well. We still offer unlimited crab legs, but they are by the pound, and our prices are still $8 lower than Joe's Crab Shack. Crab Legs cost us over $9/lb now whereas in previous years they were only $6.50/lb. Considering that we were charging $31.99 for AYCE Crab Legs and on average a person would consume 4-6lbs, we were practically paying people to come eat crab legs. While most of our customers seemed to understand this basic business decision, we regret that you were so disappointed that you will not return after all these years. And your Server was correct, China has bought much of the crab leg harvest. Our vendor said it was approximately 70% of the harvest in fact. But you can blame the Russians too, because as of Monday, they have vowed to crackdown on illegal crab catching in the Barents Sea, which is sure to increase prices overall on crab legs even further. If you have any suggestions on how can we make a profit by offering AYCE Crab Legs for a price below our cost, we are all ears. Good luck finding that new seafood restaurant!
3 based on 20 reviews
Stopped at Katy's Diner for lunch......I won't be back unless it's the weekend and crab legs are served. I was not impressed with the lunch special but it was temperature hot. The okra and the squash was the breaded kind that you buy in the grocery store. The cornbread was dry and crumbly. The grilled pork chop was acceptable and good.
3 based on 11 reviews
I love seafood but don't live near the coast. So, every now and then I get my fried shrimp and fish fix at Captain D's. Yes, it's a chain but the quality is good. The service is friendly her and it's always clean.
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