Goode or Danton's for Dinner
Coming for one night (eating brunch at Brennan's the next morning) and are staying at the Wyndham Medical Center. We have a car, but parking can be a bear.
We were thinking of a nice seafood dinner at Danton's, but it looks from the reviews they're very hit and miss. We'd like to stay in the general area of the Museum/Hotel if possible. Is Goode Co. Seafood a good choice or is there some place off my radar?
Keep in mind, we have a Uchi, Pappadeaux, Trulucks, Eddie V's.
I've always had good experiences at Goode Company, but I haven't been to Danton's for comparison. The atmosphere is more casual than Truluck's. The menu is less Cajun oriented than Pappadeaux.
I, personally, am not a big Goode Company fan. To me, more miss than hit.
On the Danton's side, I personally have not had a bad experience, but I am such a huge fan of their crab au gratin.
No question Danton's IMO. It's one of our favorite spots in town and is close to the med center. There's not a lot in the med center proper.