This place looks like a fishing camp but once inside, the food is world-class. i've eaten there a few times and haven't had a bad meal yet. It is not the cheapest seafood place in town but it is reasonable. No ocean view but a cool giant banyan tree and one of the few places in town you can eat "outside" on a porch. There are great shops in the area and some stay open latish in season and of course, there is the independent movie theater, a dying breed. And one of the few places in town you can get gourmet southern food like collard greens. Singletons like myself are treated well.
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