A plaque on the dining room wall commemorates how this Ocean Road landmark can't be any closer to the sea: the dining room was under water when Hurricane Bob hit in 1991. While the two open decks draw a crowd in the nice weather, enjoy a table by the huge bank of windows inside when the sea is stormy. Originally built in 1888 as a U.S. Life Saving Service Station, many of the property's architectural details have been preserved and historic photos line the walls in the
spacious and sleek bar area. Seafood often comes from the nearby Port of Galilee.