We saw the sign outside the restaurant promoting jambalaya and seafood chowder, and we decided to stop in for lunch. We got a table on the deck overlooking the water. We ordered the top shelf margaritas, which were delicious and then ordered the seafood chowder and fresh grouper. The chowder was chock full of sea critters and earthy in taste, and the grouper was fresh and light and delicious. The food was served to us by a delightful and amusing Kenneth, and after a satisfying meal, we indulged in the key lime pie, which was tart and sweet and a perfect way to end the meal. We enjoyed it so much we returned 3 nights later for dinner, but this time we sat at the bar and chatted with the nice bartenders while we ate our meal of salad and fresh fish. Again, had the same happy dining at dinner as we had at lunch. We would recommend this place for some good local eating at decent prices.