There's more than a little bit of Margaritaville in this Key West–style bungalow catering to the flip-flop crowd. Seafood is their specialty, with a gumbo that's outta sight. Besides being the strangest item on the menu, the fried dill pickle is also the most popular. Sandwiches and salads are also offered. And, of course, there's the "$8,000 margarita," which is about how much owner Robert Bostock spent in travel and ingredients coming up with the recipe. There's live
music most Sunday nights, and once a year there's "Gnatfest," a party blowout with live bands for all those pesky regulars.
Jun 16, 2006
I wish I had some of their fried dill pickles right now. We were served so much food we had to take a lot home.
May 22, 2006
This is a VERY casual place to get a great meal with a fun atmosphere. We went while visiting my in-laws (one of their favorite places to catch a bite). Decorated much like a shack, but don't let it deter you. Sandwiches are big and the service was great. You absolutely have to try the fried pickles - they are my father-in-law's favorite and we tasted why:)