You have to take a good look around Owen's Fish Camp as there is an amazing array of flotsam and jetsam decorating this casual dining and drinking hotspot. VERY crowded sometimes around the "cocktail hour", you may end up waiting for a table or spot at the bar in the charmingly Floridian back yard, but there's lots to look at there too. I'd say it's more of a "happening" place than a gourmet experience, but the raw oysters we had were divine, oysters rockefeller not so great (overcoooked oysters were like little chewy pellets underneath the soso toppings). But I had my first UFO beer there and really liked it (and I'm not the beer enthusiast in our family, but my husband enjoyed the selections). The homey atmosphere is comfortable, and apparently the rest of the menu has appeal because it is usually VERY busy at this pub/restaurant, so you might want to check it out.
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