We love the Little Bar. My husband discovered it about 15 years ago and ranks it as one of his favorite restaurants. Conch chowder, conch fritters, fresh stone crab claws...yum. When you first pull up in the parking lot, you can be a little put off by the nondescript outside, but once inside, the Little Bar shows it's true colors. It's a quirky, fun place that does an excellent job at serving you good food and beverages. We like to sit outside either on the screened in porch or on the small patio looking out over the water. The menu is presented to you on a large table side poster board and changes regularly. Keep in mind that they close for the summer at the end of June and reopen in October. If you are in the area and they are open, definitely give it a try.