This waterside restaurant is like many beach seafood restaurants with a slightly nicer decor, a beautiful view of the Aransas Pass and marina and a specialty in seafood. Much seafood in this area come fried with heavy cornmeal, slightly gritty breading but we got a specialty of sweet Gulf shrimp done in garlic and butter with a light dusting of parmesan which was quite nice. Price points are higher than many places in Port A; this specialty was $18.99, but quite good. The clam chowder was very thick (thicker than their white gravy) but had nice tender clams. Dessert price points were a bit higher than other spots in town as well but overall the meal was good.