Tourists and locals converge to enjoy a fun and lively waterfront atmosphere, but the rock-solid (if slightly less than imaginative) menu is the best reason to come. Don't believe the Caribbean fire roasted lobster is a "monster"—at 1¼ pounds it's on the small side, but it's twice cooked, including a finish on the grill, and quite tasty. Those more turf than surf might be interested in the "Chicken Rock'n Bleu," which adds fresh spinach and champagne-mushroom sauce into a classic chicken dish. The "Dayboat" menu features that day's fresh catches prepared in a variety of ways. In fair weather, dine on the dock; otherwise ask for a table with a view of the water.