|No, it wasn't Red Lobster's fried shrimp that Mark remembers.|
"It featured shrimp of some kind. The setting was very informal with baseball caps hanging from the ceiling..."
Baseball caps hanging from the ceiling? That sounds more like a saloon than a restaurant. But wait -- there's more!
Mark thinks the restaurant was located in the neighborhood that's currently known as the Crossroads. I can promise you that in the mid-1980s, this locale wasn't called the Crossroads or any other glamorous name. It was just "downtown."
He writes, "Am I dreaming? What was the name of this place and where was it?"
I'm stumped. Who's up for solving Mark's mystery?