More than halfway across our 11 hour family road trip this summer, just outside Mobile, AL, we stopped by Felix's Fish Camp Grill for lunch, recommended to us by friends who have lived in and have family in AL. As a non-Southerner, it was my first fish camp eating experience. The wait line to seat was long, over 20 minutes, so we anticipated the restaurant was packed and the food would be exceptional. It was neither, though the food wasn't bad. I ordered the fried oysters on Caesar salad and my husband went for the fried, cornmeal battered oysters full throttle. Don't get me wrong. The oysters tasted fresh and juicy though the portions and size of oysters were a little smaller than expected. There was no kids menu, so my kids went for the large-sized cheeseburgers they could not finish. We tried something new that day. Fried green tomatoes. While It conjures up all things south to me including the movie, Steel Magnolias, it tasted divine. So why not five stars? It didn't reach my kids palate and the waiting area was suffocatingly narrow, especially with three antsy kids. Once inside the restaurant, the tables were strangely not packed as the wait time suggested. They were short on servers, it seems. I also ordered a new cocktail, the name of which escapes me. Something like Mud River or Stinky River. It was far too plain, just pineapple juice with gin or tonic. After driving and waiting so long, hand me a scotch please!