After dodging the world’s biggest forklift and finding a parking spot amongst all the boats at the marina, a beautiful view of the harbor appears. Out at the end is the restaurant and market. This restaurant is the perfect combination of a dive with the niceness you can appreciate (e.g. five new faux wood tables on the dock that seat six each). Inside the tidy market, slightly bigger than a walk-in closet, are three high top tables, fresh seafood for purchase and local sauces. We had the smoked grouper fish spread as an appetizer – smokey taste with a firm, flakey texture, and a generous portion (we had enough to take home). For the main course, I had the 1/2 pound grouper sandwich; fluffy, succulent fish with fresh toppings. She had the grouper Caesar salad, and it was even better than the sandwich. Two suggestions: if this is to be considered as the best grouper sandwich, than it needs to be great top to bottom; the bun was off-the-shelf, not fresh baked. Also the fries suck; hand cut fried would be great. With two drinks each, $50. We will be back!