Built in 1869, this waterfront restaurant is Goodland's oldest landmark. Boaters often cruise in and tie up dockside to sit on the veranda and dine on local seafood and pasta entrées. The crab-cake sandwich is a popular lunch option. For dinner, start with a wholesome bowl of vegetable crab soup and then a trip to the salad bar (included in the price of entrées). The menu has all manner of seafood dishes, including a teriyaki shrimp wrap, a basket of fried oysters, and
a soft-shell crab sandwich. There's also steak and chicken dishes for landlubbers. Save room for the authentic key lime pie.