The Shores is a vendor inside The Citadel. And if you’re a fan of Florida seafood (especially fried Florida seafood) then you should make a trip here soon. Everything is great - the Dungeness crab dip, grouper sandwich, mac and cheese - but our favorite thing to order is the fried oyster sandwich. The oysters are perfectly crispy, and served on two thick slices of bread with iceberg lettuce, a tomato slice, and some sort of creamy mayo situation. It also comes with beautiful house potato chips.
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