Take local seafood, add butter, wine, and Grenadian spices, and you have excellent French-creole cuisine. Throw in a beautiful location at the northern end of Grand Anse Beach, and this West Indian cottage becomes a perfect spot for either an alfresco lunch or a dinner by moonlight. Lobster is a specialty, whether it's lobster thermidor or perhaps wrapped in a crepe, dipped in garlic butter, or added to pasta. Homemade coconut pie is a winner for dessert. Dine "wet or fine" at a table on the beach or inside. At lunch, you can walk down Grand Anse Beach to the restaurant; at night, either drive or opt for a taxi. And on Saturdays, stick around for late-night drinks and DJ music.