A charming neighborhood eatery in a town not known for its charming neighborhoods, this small spot in a ubiquitous Kendall shopping mall takes its name from its seafood-oriented menu and collection of rock and roll memorabilia lining the walls. The ambiance is more charming than much of the food, though if you avoid things fried and stick to New Orleans-style shrimp -- steamed with pale ale and a fistful of spices -- or a creditable teriyaki-glazed skirt steak, you'll do okay.
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When you think of neighborhoods, the sprawling, traffic-gagged morass of Kendall doesn't exactly leap to mind. Neighborhoods are bucolic little areas with quiet, tree-lined streets, full of quaint old buildings and cute new boutique...