This classy restaurant has been collecting accolades for its perfectly executed island cuisine, gracious service, and great wine list since 1990. The striking decor—splashy artwork by local painter Jan Kasprzycki, pressed-tin ceilings, and warm lighting—creates an appealing atmosphere. Despite lacking an ocean view, the bar is among the busiest in town and often features special pricing. The menu hasn’t strayed much over the years; fans will still find their favorites: the prawn- and scallop-stuffed blue-corn panko-crusted chile relleno appetizer ($29), the aromatic Kona coffee– roasted rack of lamb ($55), and the memorable triple berry pie ($17). If you’re planning a special event or a large party, you can book a private room and design your own menu with the chef.