The popular marsh-front restaurant in the sea islands offers up a wide selection of full entrées and sandwiches prepared with a Lowcountry flair. Among the most popular selections are the spicy seafood gumbo, crab cakes with lobster sauce, the mountainous "Admiral's Platter" and traditional frogmore stew, a Lowcountry favorite. This is truly a come-as-you-are establishment where you can relax with your feet up, and watch the seabirds and sunsets. Don't forget to bring a dollar bill to add to the already formidable collection of autographed singles that line the walls and ceilings. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the owners had patrons remove most of the bills and donated the proceeds to relief efforts. This reportedly led to two $5,000.00 checks for the cause.