Overlooking the sweeping marshlands of Skull Creek, this romantic restaurant has almost panoramic views. It offers one of the island's best overall dining experiences: the building is old enough to have some personality, and the professional staffers diligently do their duty. More important, the kitchen serves flavorful food, including a great starter of roasted calamari with sundried tomatoes and olives. Entrées like the bouillabaisse and filet mignon with chanterelles
hit the spot. The wine list is extensive, and there's outdoor seating on a third-floor porch for toasting the sunset. Sunday brunch is celebratory and includes a mimosa.