Take a wooden deck that barely rises above sea level, add a bar and grille and some reggae music (often recorded but sometimes live), and you've got yourself a little slice of heaven. You don't come here for the food, although it is tasty enough. You come here to unwind and feel the island vibe. Located at the base of the Point Pleasant Resort--a quaint hotel that seems to be stuck in another era--this island treasure is a bit hard to find but worth the exploration. You can occasionally see baby sea turtles and baby eagle rays from this deck side restaurant. This is far from fine dining, but if you come with relaxation and simplicity in mind, you will not be disappointed. Sometimes less really is more. This is a great place for lunch or drinks with friends. The service is always friendly. Worth the trip!
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