Service came with cheerful northern brashness which was rather nice for a change though my wife was grumbling about not getting her extra hot sauce as I recall. I was happy enough at my corner of the round table and the view was splendid.
We ordered half a dozen dishes and when I say "we" I mean that in the broadest sense. Therese and my wife rounded up the food and we each got a small plate to create a Chinese style communal meal. Fish came two ways, on salad and in a bun.We also got some fish in two orders of fresh tacos, which went down well.
And the quesadillas brought heft to the table. The Lobster Rueben was a runner up, skipped to allow for more tacos I think. We had a table full of food. The Boys In Lime look rather more serious in this picture than they were in real life.Gray skies eventually gave way to sunshine and the place filled up.
My wife's buddy Cathy lives nearby on Sugarloaf Key and loves the place and you can't fault the outdoor ambiance. We thought it was fine but better service and tarter pie would have been nice too. It's worth a visit and I'd like to go back for a second look.