Originally Posted by McLovin
Yeah, you would think it would be closer to the water, but maybe that's how they can provide such good food at reasonable prices: lower overhead.
We also ate at a place on 5th Ave called 'Citrus'. The food was excellent, but for the price we paid, you would expect that. The atmosphere was nicer, though, as we ate outside & 'people watched'.
Capt Marcos was a dive on the outside (the photo on the website is a flattering one), but again, the food & service was excellent.
It's been over a decade since I've been down there. I was going to take the week between Xmas and New Years off for a "staycation" 11 years ago. The boss said he needed me down there and put me in a room at the Cove Inn for a few nights. I worked during the day and my wife spent all my money shopping. The nights were fun though. It's really a great town if you can afford it. If not, then just visit on the company dime.