Expect long lines in summer at this indoor/outdoor dining spot serving up the freshest local fish (swordfish, seabass, halibut, and tuna) and a wide range of creative seafood dishes (the Hawaiian-style poke salad with ahi tuna is a local favorite). Order at the counter, which doubles as a seafood market, and sit at one of the many shared tables in the dining room or on the small patio. One of the few restaurants in Southern California with its own fishing boat,
there's a good chance some line-caught local fish will be on the menu. Oysters are a great choice, and the fish tacos topped with the house-made hot sauce are not to be missed.