Situated on the Intracoastal Waterway, this restaurant allows patrons to arrive by land or by sea. Since 1986, this spot has built a reputation as the king of the sea in this neck of the woods. Many restaurants have tried to follow suit, but most are still taking notes from this one. The restaurant features a domed interior dining room complete with wood walls and ceilings, which are accented nicely with live foliage and nautical knickknacks. The dining room overflows out to the deck, which is practically an arm's length from the water. There are two floating tiki bars as well, which are a great place to be for happy hour and football games. No matter where you are dining you will always have a view of the water and million dollar yachts cruising by. The menu features pizzas, soups, salads, steaks, burgers, chicken dishes and assorted seafood selections. Known more for their seafood, your best bet would be to go with something that was caught that day.
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