This is a tiny, old building with small, dark rooms that are covered with old toys. Our party was squished into a corner so that we all had to stand up to let anyone out of their seat. We waited outside in a light rain to be seated. You can also wait in the bar, but I felt a bit claustrophobic there. Service was decent. I had to ask for refills and ask to get our bread (which is included with our entrees), but at least our server was around which is more than I could say at many Captiva restaurants. The cinnamon rolls were good. The entrees were large but pricey ($25-$30). Even the children's plates are really large (what kid can eat 1.5 chicken breasts on his own?) I had pasta with shrimp and couldn't eat half of it. Desserts are very large (mostly cake) so you could go just for that if you want to check the place out. There is a case right inside the door so you can also stop in and get one to go.