Riding Rock Seafront Restaurant
Riding Rock Seafront Restaurant Review
Eat inside this 60-seat restaurant, take a table on the patio by the pool, or sit on the back patio overlooking the ocean. Androsia-print tablecloths add a colorful tropical flair. Fruit, fresh-baked breads, pancakes, and eggs any style with bacon and grits are a good way to start the day. Burgers, sandwiches, conch chowder, and cracked conch are lunch favorites. The just-off-the-boat catch of the day—wahoo, mahi mahi, tuna, grouper, snapper—grilled with lemon and butter, or baked with tomatoes and spices, is the dinner specialty. Broiled or stuffed lobster (in season), barbecue shrimp, steaks, and chicken round out the choices, though all are not available each evening as the menu changes based on availability. During slower seasons or depending on resort guests, the restaurant is not always open, and each meal is set between certain hours—make sure to call ahead.