Offering specialties like jalapeño lime chicken and fish tacos, this popular eatery focuses on slow-cooked meals made from scratch. Housed in a quirky building that was once a post office, the restaurant gets very busy even on weeknights. Even those with hearty appetites will have a hard time finishing the Kanab-A-Dab-A-Doo burger, a half-pound patty topped with ham, cheese, and avocado. Follow it, if you are able, with the bread pudding or a piece of key lime pie. Patio
dining is available in the warmer months. The drink menu includes beer, wine, and margaritas. Check out the Rafters Gallery upstairs for paintings and sculptures for sale from local artists.