Sunday afternoons find the after-church crowd kicking back at this Jack London Square standby. Diners settled in leather booths enjoy live jazz music and the view of golden sunlight sparkling on the water. A few patrons even get up to dance. The food is old-school rather than contemporary, but it’s hard to argue with a Louis salad loaded with crisp lettuce, tiny sweet shrimp, hard-boiled egg, tomatoes, and avocado. On the other hand, crab cakes could be fried more cleanly, and some of the side dishes, such as sliced fruit, taste as if they’ve been prepped too far in advance. An entrée of jambalaya made with pasta is well-seasoned and prepared, and service is solid. Lunch and dinner daily, brunch Sun.