Tonight we visited The Little Bar Restaurant, in Goodland, FL for dinner. Meals run in the 17-25 dollar range. We were greeted by a hostess and the wife asked for a harbor view table. We were lead to a minimal size table in the interior next to roof support stanchion. The hostess was reluctant to give us a table as requested. We were seated by a window with a view of the parking lot. The table setting contained paper napkins and paper place mats. Our meals came with small salads consisting of a small handful of spring mix salad greens on a flat saucer like plate and a small container of salad dressing. The dressings were good, but my wife had to request an additional dollop of dressing, where as I ate mine 1/2 dry. My wife ordered some kind of a shrimp dejoung, which she said was delicious. It was served in a small pasta baking dish with shrimp, garlic butter, breadcrumbs, and herbs. I ordered swordfish and a baked sweet potato. The swordfish was dry and absolutely flavorless and approximately 6 ounces in size. The sweet potato was well over cooked and mushy. No seasoning had been applied to the fish during the grilling process. When departing the hostess asked how it was. I told her it was flavorless and over cooked. She indicated that they do not season fish when cooked. The server was excellent and very attentive. No complaints at all with the server. Of course she just delivers what the chef prepares. The bill and tip came to about $60.00. I was amazed that in a town funded by tourist dollars that AMERICAN EXPRESS cards were not honored by this restaurant. Take plenty of cash if you eat here. My wife was happy with her meal, and I was grossly disappointed with mine. So it is a 50-50 odds if you go there that you might get a good meal. With those odds for a nice meal, I will not return.