We have eaten at The Lime Inn several times over the years and this was the stop for our first exhausted dinner on our first night. We knew it was reliable and easy and we were tired. We always like coming here for the relaxing environment and great food. There was a huge banyon tree right in the middle of the bar. You sat under its foliage and watched the bartenders trip around its massive trunk, music played and you enjoyed some libations. The tree, however, is now gone. We didn't get the story as our table was ready too quickly (when have you ever said that), but that was a sad development. I don't know if it was disease or storm or just bartenders sick of its trunk, but it is disappointingly gone. The food, however, is still good. I can't remember what we ordered, most certainly a fish dish and probably a seafood pasta, but it is unmemorable only because we were tired. Awe will eat here next time, tree or no tree.
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