The huge marlin hanging above the bar and persimmon-colored walls set a cheery tone at this casual indoor/outdoor restaurant. On Sunday, breakfast is served until 1pm. The huevos rancheros come in a sizzling cast-iron skillet heaped with kalua pork, and you have your choice of eggs Benedict: classic; Cajun, with seared fish and salsa; and the “Local,” with kalua pork on Hawaiian sweet bread. The lunch menu includes Evil Jungle Pasta, chicken spiked with peppery Thai peanut sauce over linguine, and a variety of wraps and sandwiches. Prices increase at dinner, when the focus is on pasta and fresh seafood, but are still a fraction of what you’d pay at most Front Street establishments.