We are a bit late in posting our July, 2013 visit but am happy now to report this was a gem we had driven hundreds of miles to find. We didn't know it existed but as we meandered north we crossed a bridge over the bay and spotted this restaurant. We were so pleased. The hostess took us to the end of the pier at a table that gave a view of the bay not filled with exclusive, high-priced vessels, but was reminiscent of small dingys in a harbor; of course that is what it is.
Two locals were seated nearby. Their advice was the fried oysters. What good advice it was!! They were lightly breaded and juicy and sinfully succulent. It was lunch. We found the perfect spot, not touristized (new word). Wish we could return. Oh yes, went to the john at the beginning of the turf on tera-firma. It looked inviting.