Old Florida riverfront hospitality can be found at this staple to the area since 1983. Nestled serenely on the Indian River, this spot survived a number of hurricanes and is still standing strong. One can find some of the tastiest seafood dishes on the Treasure Coast here. Diners can arrive by boat, car or foot to this place that looks like a shack but serves food with a knack. The conch chowder might possibly be the best this side of the Mississippi River.
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