The shrimp and grits with tosso gravy was the best thing i have eaten ,in a long time !!! Cant wait to eat there again!!!!
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Let me say first that I love the ambience of the restaurant right on the river and the servers as well as the service are awesome. The downside is they advertise as fine dining and renowned chefs...The tables are set for fine dining but the...More
We had lunch here today, It was fantastic! I was priveledged to have eaten at the original Izaak Walton Lodge in this location-many moons ago and have always returned. Great location with a wonderful view overlooking the mysterious Withlacoochee River. We are very happy to...More
The name for this place has changed to Blackwater Grill and Bar. The reviews are outstanding. All new chefs and servers. New atmosphere and fresh seafood and prime steaks. We ate there and it was AWESOME food, great taste with a great view!!
The Riverside Inn is Closed Black Water Grill will bring back the dining experience that I will enjoy. After talking to the new owners who will open prior to Thanksgiving I have great expectations that we will have the premier destination dining establishment in the...More
We went here with 2 other couples to celebrate our 51st anniversary. We looked on the website and had our dinner all picked out. BUT when we got there we were handed a "summer" menu.. Very limited items. We wanted the smoked fish dip for...More
Had lunch there today and was so very disappointed. The place looked deserted and even though there was only 1 other table occupied, it took forever to get food (and silverware) to our table. I ordered shrimp and grits but was served shrimp scampi. Hubby...More
We were there Thursday. Night,only 3 tables, service was very slow,the bartender/waitress must not been experence.One table was a family 2 Children, another was a man eating alone and us (2).At the bar only 5 men. The one single man got up he'd been there...More
Supply and demand suggests we may be one of a very few that enjoy an English High Tea. So I appreciate anyone's attempt. The Riverside Inn hosts a High Tea with scones, savory sandwiches (cucumber, egg salad, chicken salad), and tea. The High Tea is...More
We had the worst waitress ......... Us: "How's the grouper sandwich ?" Her: "Dunno don't eat seafood, I'm allergic" Me: "How many clams (average) with the steamed clams" Her: "Dunno don't eat seafood, I'm allergic" Really!!! We had to get our own silverware, never offered...More