Historic. Built in 1898, the three-story building remains a downtown focal point due to its striking brick facade and colorful window flower boxes. Anyone dining here is bound to find something enjoyable on the expansive 22-page menu. Be sure to save room for one of the exotic desserts, which draw on Caribbean influences. Casual yet friendly table service is provided. Expect a wait during the summer months as this is one of the most popular lunch places on the Thames Street shopping strip.