Truluck's is a chain restaurant out of Houston. It's a typical Mall type restaurant, like what the Legal Seafood chain has become.
We went to Truluck's when they first opened in Fort Lauderdale, and I was wholly unimpressed with their happy hour. We sampled just about everything; sliders, deviled eggs, "surf and turf" lollipops, and there was nothing that convinced me that I wanted to come back to pay the kind of prices they charge on their regular menu.
Two years later, the place is a lot more popular at happy hour, so I decided to jump-->try it again. They have a new bar menu; and prices are a bit higher as well. You can see the review of the happy hour here.
Perhaps it's not fair to judge a restaurant by their happy hour food, but in this case I will. Their recipes don't indicate much talent in the kitchen; this is very corporate stuff. It really feels like a Bonefish Grill to me at ridiculously higher prices. At their happy hour prices the food is fine; but they've yet to convince me to come here to pay $100 for the full dining experience. I can't see ordering a $55 strip steak here, or paying $30 for a piece of flounder. Or $24 for one crab cake. In fact, you'd have to be a fool to pay that price in a place that can't even make decent calamari.