If the Great Bay Marina had a house restaurant, this 35-year-old seafaring spot would be it. It's a great place to chill out over a cold brew and pub fare after a day of sailing or snorkeling. Located right on the marina dock, Chesterfields is open to the salt air and thematically goes with the flow, with nautical knick-knacks and mounted trophy fish—not to mention a menu that offers solid seafood dishes in addition to the standard pub fare. In fact, we recommend opting for the local island specialties (garlic shrimp, conch chowder) whenever possible—someone in the kitchen has some serious down-home chops.