Located in a converted 1930s gas station, this simple restaurant offers a down-home feel. The service is unpretentious yet spot-on. Seafood dominates the menu with an incredible number of choices, such as the octopus, grouper, swordfish, conch, hog fish, trout and red fish with Andouille sausage crust. There are at least eight types of oysters available that are sourced from around the world. Try one of their side dishes; they are delicious and creative. I particularly enjoyed the roasted cauliflower with smoked trout roe. Parking, while a bit tricky, is located behind the adjacent Artopia building.