We were patrons of the Cottonpicker from the time they opened their doors until they closed. Always great food and service.
For some unknown reason we never visited the Cotton Exchange until last evening.
From my wife's comments glad that we had not visited sooner.
My point of view excellent.
First off virgin Marys. Very good, came with a dill slice, olive and the best tasting mushroom I have ever eaten. Have no idea what they were marinated in but they were sweet and delicious.
Next seafood chowder for both of us, very good. I had a house salad with a combination of French and thousand island dressing. Good as usual.
Then came the problem, my wife ordered prime rib and it was not as good as the Cottonpicker's had been.
Flavor was good but meat was not very tender.
I ordered shrimp de Johng and it was as great as the Cottonpicker's had been.
We will return, just will not order prime rib again.
Service was great and prices were reasonable.
We would have given an excellent rating except for the problem with the rib.
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