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 and sweetbreads. Spicy entrees dominate the lunch menu, such as Evil Jungle Pasta spiked with peppery Thai peanut sauce or whaler’s stew—a poor man’s cioppino. Prices increase at dinner but are still a fraction of what you’d pay at most Front Street establishments. Dinner is served until midnight.