One of the many seafood stalwarts along the waterfront and “Marsh Walk,” with the best seating overlooking the water. The food is good (it’s the only spot with a charcoal-burning grill), though like all the restaurants here, a little pricey—you are primarily paying for location. Signature dishes worth sampling include fish and grits (filet of mahi-mahi with Andouille sausage gravy), Carolina crab cakes, and grouper dishes, though these are the most expensive. Save room for the New Orleans bread pudding and Key lime pie.