This lively waterfront restaurant overlooking Peanut Island is a great place to chill out after a long day of mansion gawking, boating, or beach-bumming. Choose a table in the dining room or under an umbrella on the terrace and enjoy mainstays like conch chowder and coconut shrimp. More upscale entrées—this, after all, is still Palm Beach County—include Florida lobster tail and sautéed yellowtail snapper. Breakfast is a winner here, too. Sportfishing charters are
available at the Sailfish store.
Jun 14, 2004
Crowded, but the place has atmosphere. Food is average, service is the same. I would rather spend my money elsewhere, especially where it is easy to park.
Jan 13, 2003
If you are staying at Marriott Ocean Pointe - you can walk to this place. On Thursday nights, they have a fun outdoor arts & crafts fair and bar opens to marina. Great food, fun drinks - but service can be slow at times.