The quintessential beach restaurant, complete with plastic lawn furniture set in the sand and Tiki torches. You can also sit in an open-air, but covered, dining area on a concrete slab if you don’t want sand in your shoes. The menu is extensive, but heavy on seafood. Everything is very well prepared, although the success this place enjoys has led them to jack up the prices a bit above what you should be paying in what is really a simple, beachfront fish shack.