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Amy Opitach, the daughter of James and Melba Delozier and granddaughter of Ruth Adams, all of Tracy City, is the owner of Siren’s Seaford and Steak Market on Signal Mountain.
The restaurant serves a menu of po’boy sandwiches, seafood baskets and gumbo. The po’boys are offered with fried popcorn shrimp, oysters or catfish, with popcorn shrimp being the most popular, followed closely the by oysters. Customers can also choose from the basket menu, with the fried jumbo shrimp as the biggest seller. Sides are comprised of French fries, made-from-scratch cole slaw or hush puppies. Grilled items include lobster tail, crab legs and shrimp, which come with traditional low country boil sides such as red potatoes with Old Bay seasoning, corn on the cob and andouille or chorizo sausage. All of the fried seafood is hand-breaded, and the cocktail sauce and remoulade are both made in-house.
The restaurant is not a full-service dining experience, but more of a casual, order-at-the-counter kind of place. They plan to open up the outdoor patio once the weather warms up. Everything on the menu is $10 or less. Call-in orders are welcomed by calling 423-710-2263.