Guests must look up to find this corner restaurant that has been gracing Key West for more than 30 years. I prefer sitting anywhere on the two-tier, tree-shaded deck rather than dining inside. Try to arrive just before sunset as the deck faces the direction of Mallory Square in the near distance. The Floribbean cuisine pops with flavor and the presentations are appealing. The signature appetizer is the deftly prepared crab and shrimp cake, however the mussels are tempting as well. If sea bass is not in season, then try the cobia, a local fish prepared with citrus beurre blanc sauce and layered over lobster-bacon mashed potatoes. The knowledgeable staff is pleased to guide you through the menu while you sip on one of the distinctive designer beverages. The chef offers a multi-course menu option periodically throughout the year.