mushroom caps packed with crab blend stuffing, baked and topped with hollandaise sauce
Coconut Fried Shrimp$8.95
housemade, served with our key lime sauce.
Smoked Fish Dip$6.45
One Size Bowl
Bahamian Conch Chowder$5.50
tomato based vegetable trinity and fresh conch with a little bite excellent.
fresh blue crab in a cream sherry smooth sauce, wonderful
white sauce, chunks of clam and potato. delicious.
All Served With Our Famous Bread Sticks. Dressing - Italina , Ranch, French, Bleu Cheese 1000 Island , House Creamy Crab.
fresh greens, tomatoes wedges and sliced egg, topped with fresh crab meat and finished with our crab meat dressing.
our version of classic
- With Chicken $10.95
- With Shrimp $11.95
Larqe Dinner Salad$3.95
choice of dressing
Jimmy The Greek Salad$9.95
fresh greens, romaine, tomato onions, cucumber, bell pepper, kalamata olives, beets, feta cheese and parsley in our own greek dressing
fresh greens, chopped tomato and onion, gorgonzola cheese, and vinaigrette dressing.
a bowl full in white wine and garlic butter.
Bowl Full Of Clams$9.95
steamed in their own juices
- Doz. $10.95
Grouper In A Bag$18.95
large filet , baked in a brown paper bag a favorite for over 20 years.
fresh snapper filet topped with crab meat and lemon butter sauce.
five large shrimp stuffed with our crab meat blend stuffing, baked and topped with lemon butter sauce.
a generous portion of the best meatloaf ever served with real mashed potatoes and gravy.
fresh creole recipe with andouilli sausage served over rice.
- With Chicken $15.95
- With Shrimp $17.95
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2401 N Ocean Dr
Riviera Beach, FL 33404
The Johnny Longboat legend is just that. We cannot substantiate or differentiate between any facts or myths. One thing is for certain, the Hurricane that hit this area in September of 1928 with 180 mph winds, was one of the worst Palm Beach county has ever seen.It is said that Johnny Longboat was a poor fisherman living in Pleasant City, which is now part of West Palm Beach. After the storm had subsided Johnny poled his boat down Lake Worth to discover that the bridge to Palm Beach Island was totally wrecked from the storm. He went ashore to find people in need of help, and transportation to the mainland. JL worked through the day and night, helping families get back to the mainland. He struggled to bring what food and fresh water he could carry back to the island on every return visit.