If patrons got any closer to the beach, they would be dining on a surfboard. With an awesome view of both the beach and ocean, this restaurant is the ideal spot for lunch and dinner. The tropical décor almost whisks guests away to their own Caribbean island. The menu aids in achieving the island environment, as well. Seafood is what I recommend with baked crab dip, fresh mahi mahi, conch chowder, peel-and-eat shrimp, lobster tails and sesame crusted salmon highlighting the menu. All beef products are Certified Angus, too. You can choose to dine indoors or outside with all tables affording breathtaking views of the ocean and beach. This is a great spot for people-watching as well.
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