Our innkeeper at Tybee Island B & B recommended Johnny Harris as "where the locals eat". The atmosphere is reminiscent of a 60's restaurant - the main dining room is round, with a high ceiling painted like a sky with stars. The booths all around the periphery of the dining room are paneled and private (with a window in the back of each booth used during prohibition to deliver illegal drinks, we hear). The food was quite delicious - very standard, old-style menu items mostly. Our waiter, Cleveland, was the highlight of our time at Johnny Harris. He was absolutely spectacular!! He went to extra trouble to get our order submitted before he submitted his other (huge) table's order and in spite of taking care of a very big family celebration table, our little group of 3 was treated to wonderful service. Loved the atmosphere and the food.