Few places embody the charm of the historic district like this casual courtyard restaurant, where locals and tourists alike gather as much for the garden setting as the eclectic cuisine. There's an indoor seating area, too, but most prefer the umbrella- and palm-shaded courtyard tables surrounding a soothing brick fountain. The rotating dinner menu might include sweet potato soup, seafood enchiladas, or blue cheese–crusted filet mignon. Lunch offers a tasty respite from
shopping, with refreshing salads, wraps, and signature sandwiches such as a BLT with spinach and goat cheese. Wines by the glass (mostly $6) are reasonable for a tourist town. And if there's such a thing as a destination dessert, Granny Mutt's blueberry squares with vanilla ice cream would certainly qualify.