Captain Al’s Waterfront Restaurant
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Captain Al’s Waterfront Restaurant information
Locals take their guests here to show off their city. Out at the end of the pier, it allows you to eat surrounded by water. Although the food is just average fried seafood and fish (although the crab appetizer is quite good), it is really enhanced by the killer views from outdoor tables. At least go for late afternoon cocktails.