Upscale eatery in a small quaint mountain town. My buddy loved the shrimp and grits. The calimari appetizer was unique: sliced rectangular shaped breaded calimari doused with hot sauce and cheese. Would not order again. Grouper picatta special was fresh, perfectly cooked and delicious served with sautéed veggies and a rice/pasta mix. The homemade baked key lime pie was interesting. Texture was flaky/spongy, thick graham cracker crust slightly overcooked, and very sweet. Sorely lacking in tartness. Would not order again. Service was attentive and friendly. Noisy setting when filled up. Most expensive meal I ever had in this town, and I've had a few. Good beer and wine offerings.
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