Located right on the port, you can practically see your dinner being reeled in at the freshest venue in town. While it might not look sophisticated from the outside, the dining room features stone walls, ceiling beams, century-old oil paintings from the School of Pont-Aven, and a spectacular view of the harbor. Not surprisingly, you’ll find a lot of seafood on the menu at La Coquille (the shell). The menu varies according to the latest catches. It could include scallops with algae butter, grilled lobster with Kari Gosse sauce or, to please the carnivores, filet of beef with red wine reduction sauce. The friendly staff will make you want to stay for dessert; try the “palette” of sorbets, inspired by the colorful local paintings on the walls. Reservations a must in season.