Historic. Housed in a beautifully restored 1865 sea captain's home, this spot offers several dining areas including street side al fresco or underneath a grapevine strewn with twinkling lights. The upstairs features a more tavern-like setting with a bar. Specializing in local seafood, start with bacon-wrapped scallops with mango chutney or savory curried mussels. There always is a wide selection of daily specials that are both organic and sustainable, whenever possible. Lunch is only served Friday-Sunday. Some of the main menu entrée choices may include grilled rainbow trout with orange saffron-braised Belgian endive with a sauce vierge and grilled monk fish with parsnip pear purée, green olive tapenade and roasted baby fennel.