Historic. This restaurant is located in the oldest commercial building in town, built in 1859 and on the National Register of Historic Places. Menu highlights include fresh seafood—Cedar Key clams and oysters, stuffed grouper and shrimp and fish piccata—and such meat dishes as filet mignon, rosemary lamb chops and chicken cordon bleu. The dining room is bright and the ceiling adds to the charm of the room as it is finished in cedar tongue and groove boards installed in a herringbone pattern.
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