If you haven't visited Dee's in a while, he has moved several doors down from his original location. The new digs are larger but not too large, and the decor is not overstated with the same throw back pictures of old Panama City Beach. The menu remains the same, a good variety of seafood dishes with a New Orleans theme. The daily specials on the chalk board are inventive and delicious. Recently he offered fried Snapper topped with a fried soft shell crab, then topped with an etouffe sauce. You know I love soft shell crab. This was truly spectacular. The wife had the shrimp etouffe. It satisfied her Creole craving with gusto. The gumbo remains satisfying and flavorful. On a recent trip I called ahead to find out if they had any soft shell crabs. He said he did and when I arrived the chalk board had a soft shell crab sandwich on special. I was not in a sandwich mood so I asked Dee to fix me some soft shell crab meuniere. Meuniere is a brown butter sauce with lemon and parsley. I also had the blackened grouper as well. As a side I tried the fried cheese grits and the collard greens. The fried grits were creamy in the middle with a crunchy exterior. You really have to try this. I like them better than the hush puppies. The greens are torn so they can be difficult to eat. I prefer them to be smaller in size. The pot liqour is great sopped up with the hush puppies. My only disappointment with Dee's is the seafood platter. For the money I expected more. I guess I've been spoiled by Deanies Bucktown Seafood in New Orleans. All in all Dee's remains at the top of my list of resaurants in Panama City.