A favorite of locals and tourists alike, the Last Resort is popular for Sunday brunch. Entrées like shrimp and grits, stuffed French toast, and breakfast enchiladas please a variety of palettes. Lunch and dinner are equally appealing, featuring Southern cooking with a Southwestern and Mediterranean bent. Exposed brick walls, lined with reminders of the building's history as a 1970s music club, create a cozy bistro feel. The restaurant does not accept reservations, but you can call ahead for priority seating.