The restaurant staff were attentive and informed. They recommended the lionfish, which was great. The plates looked beautiful when they arrived and the food was great. They are known for their mudslides and justifiably so. We sat on the screened porch under the moonlight and had a great time. Unfortunately, there weren't a lot of other diners there at the time we went, so it felt a bit isolated. That probably has something to do with how far out the restaurant is from Georgetown and the fact that we were there at 8 p.m. on a weeknight. If you like good food and want to dine on the water, this is a great experience. If you're not the driver, be sure to try their expansive rum menu.
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