The conch salad and fritters are delicious at this casual, beach-side shack where you can watch fresh conch being cracked out of their shells while you eat.
Locals Tip: Near the south dock toward Sapodilla Bay, fresh lobster is available at about 4 in the afternoon when the boats return.
Tahoe's best breakfast spot with its infamous hollandaise sauce. Their secret? Extra lemon juice and a kick of Tabasco sauce.
Lovingly referred to as Moody's by most locals, this must-try eclectic and seasonal restaurant is known as much for their fantastic food as for their music.
A destination for any shrimp lover. Coconut, cajun and other specialities like sweet & sour shrimp can be orderd by weight or get the shrimp boat for a variety (actually served in a boat).
Try the duck carnitas and lamb mole or the plaintain empanadas with cheese and black bean filling at this welcoming family restaurant.
El Fogon (Calle 6th and 30th Ave.)
A local favorite dive serving delicious inexpensive and authentic Mexican cuisine with quick service.
La Bamba Jarocha (34th and 30th ave)
A pushcart off the main strip offering fantastic ceviches and roast pork tortas.
Try old-fashioned Caribbean cooking like Creole shrimp with homemade cole slaw and fried plaintains at this local restaurant.
Treat yourself to a meal at this creative restaurant that celebrates local ingredients and serves desserts like warm fudge brownie with cayenne ganache, crushed pretzels and bacon.