Murals and  fish sculptures cover the walls at this small, friendly café, also known as El Marinero Borracho, where residents of nearby vacation homes and condos meet up for chilled beers and great seafood. The three types of ceviche—regular, green, and Aloha, with pineapple and coconut—all hit the spot if you’re a connoisseur, and the panko-crusted fish straight from the sea is flaky inside and out. The menu wanders into weird but successful territory. Who dreamed up the intriguing shrimp-stuffed falafel with beet hummus or the shrimp baked potato? Give the cook a pat on the back—both dishes work just fine. Add a ginger mojito or fresh-squeezed limeade and settle back for the perfect sunny afternoon repast.