With its ideal setting on the Gulf of Mexico, this restaurant offers breathtaking views and delicious culinary creations. The menu focuses on Gulf-inspired seafood and high-quality meat selections. A variety of ceviche is featured, which always makes for a great starter. The lunch menu is a bit lighter and more casual than dinner with salads and gourmet sandwiches, whereas, steaks and seafood are the norm for dinner. Blackened Gulf Grouper is the noted signature dish of the chef, so that's something to ponder for dinner. Or try their Maine lobster risotto, salmon with summer squash, the filet mignon with rosemary smashed fingerlings or their braised short ribs with a caramelized kimchi. You can dine indoors or out on the patio, with all areas affording awesome views of the beach and ocean—especially at dinner with the magnificent sunset.
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