We evidently arrived right after a group of 11 who sat outside overlooking the water. My son and I ordered pretty straightforward food: a stuffed burger for him and a wedge salad with chicken for me. Well into our second beer, I asked "we DO have food coming, right?," and the waitress said the kitchen was really backed up with this group of 11. Since there were only four people inside the restaurant, I'd hate to see what happens when they get REALLY busy... It took us 90 minutes to get our dinner finished--no excuse for that. The waitress did comp a third beer for us. The food was excellent--my adult son said it was the best burger he's eaten, and the chicken seasoning on my wedge was superb. It's kind of a funky place, all about hurricanes that have hit Florida, so some of the pictures are not for those who are wanting to move here... They do have a great IPA bottled under their restaurant name on tap. They really don't serve seafood, which can be a welcome change if you've been here awhile. They specialize in stuffed burgers (my son's was Hawaiian, with pineapple). They not only taste good, but are appealing visually. It's a good place to eat, but I hope our lengthy meal isn't the standard for them.