Since the 1980s the palm-thatched dining huts have given diners unusual vantage points to gaze out over the Intracoastal Waterway. Caribbean influence is evident in many dishes. Among seafood options you'll find oysters, gator tail and shrimp. Additionally, salads, pasta, chicken and steak make nice entree options for patrons. Begin your meal with "cracked conch" and end with the house-made key lime pie which has been a favorite for over 30 years.
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