Freshly caught seafood—20 to 25 choices nightly—is the mainstay of this creaky-floored, Victorian-era restaurant in Florence's Old Town. Whether you opt for patio dining during summer or lounge seating in winter, the eclectic fare of pastas, burgers, salads, and seafood-packed stews is consistently well-prepared. A live jazz band provides some foot-tapping fun many evenings, and the sounds otherwise trend toward reggae and southern influence. For a light snack, try
the peel-and-eat shrimp and a cup of chowder in the restaurant's stylish Zebra Lounge.