Fish House & Atlas Oyster House
Diving & Sailing
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A hip, smoky venue known for its super-strong cocktails, the bar is housed in a lovely old building, and draws a mixed crowd that...
Cubi Bar Cafe
Lonely Planet review
In a huge multilevel building overlooking the harbor, these twin seafood restaurants are always packed with a mix of tourists, businesspeople and locals on date night. Fish House is slightly more upscale, with a dark wood interior and fish cooked every way (pecan-crusted, with mango salsa etc.). Atlas is best for oyster on the half shell and glasses of white wine on the porch. Both are known for their Grits a Ya Ya – spicy gulf shrimp, bacon and garlicky veggies over steaming gouda cheese grits. Weekend happy hours throb with crowds and live music.