This informal eatery is located in a trim home with prominent gables fronting Water Street. You enter down a narrow alley; sky and water views suddenly break through a soaring window from a spacious outside deck. It’s all about maritime decor and plastic-porch–furniture informality, and the food matches that—this is not a foodie spot. Lunch and dinner options include burgers, steaks, and seafood items such as breaded haddock, daily catches, and sometimes a lobster “clubhouse”—a chopped lobster salad with cheese, cucumber, lettuce, and tomato mixed in. There’s a kids’ menu, too, and margaritas and sangria are available by the pitcher for adults. The view definitely pulls rank on the menu, but if you like simple family restaurants, it’s an option.