The fishermen’s nets, captain’s wheels, and assorting sailing paraphernalia plastered across the polished wooden walls of this friendly bar and restaurant leaves no doubt as to what the specialty of the house is. You can eat from a fairly simple bar menu—traditional fish and chips, hamburgers, Irish stew—or retreat to the pleasant restaurant area, where you might start with some tasty crab claws with garlic and herb butter, followed up with a plate of sea bream served with lemon and fennel mirepoix (diced vegetables, cooked slowly in butter), or chicken stuffed with sweet pimento pepper and smoked cheese.