By a whisker, the best place in town in my experience, based on three visits (one in 1999, two in 2000). There is a welcoming bar area with a piano and a relaxing dining room with reasonable spaces between the tables. Shrimp and crawfish cakes were served with mesculun greens and an excellent chipotle mayonnaise with a nice tropical salsa. Seafood jambalaya was of a high standard, as was the seared yellowfin tuna, seared and served over asparagus and a bed of noodles with a pepper wasabi sauce, and some snow peas thrown in to add yet another flavour (the norm in the US seems to be to be the more flavours the better). Desserts were weaker, as was indeed true of every restaurant we visited, though the crème brulee was fair. pelican Club had very competent, friendly service, and a fairly priced and well-chosen wine list.
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