Try a different location. Went to the regency location, 5 of us, on a Friday night around 7:00 pm. It was busy, but I have encountered service problems when it was almost empty. The hostess was nice and sat us, our server looked like a deer in headlights most of the night... clueless. My four friends all ordered the English Fish & Chips. I ordered a dozen steamed oysters for an appetizer, and since I would be the only one eating them, told the server to hold off bringing my order of wings until she brought the other entree's. The oysters were gritty, not shucked properly and not steamed the way I ordered them. The english fish & chips looked more like chicken tenders(We later were told they used tilapia for the fish). My wings never came, everyone else finished eating. I had asked twice about them, but still nothing came. I got hold of a manager who went to check on them, and when he brought them he tried to make it my fault. We are not going back. Try a different loaction.
Awsome jambalia!!. Oh my goodness, this place is great, listen here people unknown to many, they have a BIKE NIGHT! If you ride your bike up they offer you a .99 meal of their choice for that evening on there patio! This happens every Tuesday evening! They are extremely curtious and the food is awsome! So come meet us or just hang with your own group! No, I do not work there! You will enjoy yourself! The sweet tea is delicious.
Best of its Kind in Jacksonville Southside at Regency. This is a favorite spot for locals and visitors alike and no reason why not. The style is casual with a pseudo-sports bar appeal with over 20 TV?s carrying multiple channels catering to news and sports. The menu is extensive and daily specials are offered. Wednesdays is ?Lobster? night and Thursday & Friday are ?Prime Rib?, for instance. Never a wait because they have a large dining space that surrounds a large bar area. Two pool tables and 5 video game machines do not detract from the family friendly atmosphere. On my last of many visits, we were greeted warmly by ?Samantha?. She was both patient and attentive throughout the stay. She was honest about menu choices and was always available. She was keenly aware of when happy hour was to end (4-7) in order to provide drinks during that time. At one point, a manager, Jennifer visited our table to ensure everything was going well, which it was. She also spoke to us upon our departure. Bahamian Dolphin at $11.99 is cooked in double wrapped foil with new potatoes, tomatoes, green peppers, zucchini, lemon and a hint of Tabasco was outstanding. Grouper Oscar at $13.99 was topped with lump crab and asparagus with hollandaise which left nothing to desire. Ossobucco at $10.95 is marinated pork shank that is slow cooked and falls off the bone just to look at it, served with mashed potatoes and gravy w/ the veggie of the day. An extensive entree menu is preceeded by 9 salads, 5 soups, wings and an incredible chicken nacho appetizer that appears to be for 20 ($9.99), among others are offered. Kid?s menu at $3.99. 30 beers are on tap; 24 bottles are your choice. 9 red wines and 8 white w/ 3 sparkling wines (White Star by Moet among them) to choose from; some wines by the glass at reasonable prices. If you ask for Samantha, make sure you are not a cheap tipper because she will give you excellent service which should be recognized. This is a jewel among what Jacksonville has to be taken advantage of.
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