Picture this: flip-flop-wearing anglers and beach-towel-clad bathers lolling on picnic benches, sipping a beer, and devouring oak-smoked salmon, mullet, mahimahi, and mackerel. Dinner comes to the table with heaped helpings of potato salad and coleslaw. If you're industrious enough to have hooked your own fish, the crew will smoke it for about $1.50 per pound. If not, there's always what many consider to be the best burger in the region. The popular smoked fish spread
and Manhattan clam chowder are available to go. There's also indoor seating at Ted's, which has been a south-side fixture for more than six decades. Closing time is 7:30 pm, so dinner is only for early diners.
Dec 28, 2004
A great place to enjoy the atmosphere of the Gulf and a great value for a meal. The smoked fish is excellent, the German potato salad fresh and the meal is filling. 2 people can easily split one dinner and have room for Key Lime for dessert. Hint: Try the smoked fish spread with Saltines for the appetizer.