Don't be surprised if your server introduces herself as your cousin, though you've never seen her before in your life. You see, everybody is "cousin" at Aunt Catfish's (as in, "Can I get you another mason jar of sweet tea, Cousin?"). The silly Southern hospitality is only one of the draws at this wildly popular seafood restaurant just south of Daytona. The main lure, of course, is the food: mouthwatering plates of fresh seafood and other Southern favorites. Hot cinnamon
rolls, hush puppies, baked beans, cheese grits, and slaw come with every entrée and can be a meal in themselves. Bring your appetite and your patience—a wait is practically guaranteed. Sunday brunch lures empty stomachs with made-to-order eggs and French toast, and a chocolate fountain.
Jun 27, 2003
biggest salad bar i've seen around here, food was so-so, waiter was good, atmoshpere was kinda cheesy.