Enjoying your meal along the seaport waterfront is a great thing to do. This restaurant is famous for the jumbo pink shrimp stuffed with crabmeat and spices, then broiled in garlic butter, white wine and lemon juice. Menu features the island favorites like fried fish platters, po boy sandwiches, and ceviche. The hungriest of guest should get one of the seafood combo platters. Make sure you get some of their homemade potato salad. Find it at lands end village along the historic seaport or 231 margaret street.
There are certain bars on the island that are kind of like a must to experience in this is one of them. Be sure to go on the website and use the promo code ads-bogo-dr to get buy one get one free drinks. The Half Shell has really been promoting their conch ceviche on the local advertisements that you can see in your hotel room if you watch the tourist channel. It is really fun to be able to get psyched up for your restaurant selection each evening by watching channel ninteen in your hotel room. I wish more of these cities around Florida had more focus tourist tv channels, only Key West and Orlando seem to be really on top of it. I like to get the lunch sandwiches and everything is served with French Fries and coleslaw. The grouper po boy is a sure thing. If you want to eat healthy, go with the beer steamed shrimp and they have some really good dipping sauces. Parking the Dingy could not be any easier out front.