This 1940s-era filling station—the pumps are still outside—has been converted into a fun and eclectic bar and restaurant where you're sure to find some local color. While the interior is a bit rough around the edges, with concrete floors and bathrooms outside, the beer inventory consists of microbrews. The menu ranges from bar food like buffalo wings and burgers to local shrimp, crab cakes, and pan-seared mahi mahi. For fine dining, look to the firefly flounder topped
with mango chutney and a sweet-tea glaze. Nightly entertainment runs the gamut from karaoke to blues bands.