New owners have taken this Fort Walton favorite and freshened up its look and vibe, adding new décor (string lights!), tables, tablecloths, and even a wine bar. It's very quaint, and more importantly, the food still rocks. There are pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, and entrées to choose from. Among the highlights: braised pork with onions and mushrooms in a cream sauce, lobster ravioli, and a hearty lasagna with a substantial meat sauce. Service is excellent and the restaurant is very family-friendly, meaning that although the place could be called romantic, your kids are still welcome to enjoy the slowish, yet friendly, service.