We've been coming to Ocracoke almost every summer since 2002. The name of this restaurant, together with the sign (a crusty old man offering you his catch), put us off for awhile, and the decor doesn't really get any better on the inside. Actually, if the weather permits, we suggest eating on the screened porch. But the oysters are superb. We tried them several ways, but the fried ones seemed best. We'll definitely be coming back here next year.