Classic Historic. In a 200-year-old building, this huge dining room has original stone walls and wood beam ceilings. It is busy and bustling with servers clad in black aprons, dishing up mostly tried-and-true steak, along with a list of daily fresh fish and other seafood. Home-smoked salmon and rack of lamb stand out. Guests will not leave hungry as pickles and egg bread loaves are brought at the start and the main courses are hearty. Be sure to save room for such sweets as the tart Key lime pie or crème brûlée. The valet parking is complimentary, so it's best to take advantage of it, as street parking can be difficult to find.