POINTS OF INTEREST
This weathered, powder-blue, wooden building wouldn't be out of place on some remote New England shore, except perhaps for the garish pirate at the entrance. The nautical yo-ho-hokum continues inside (painted oars, model sailboats, faux portholes, mermaid painting, droll touches like a skeleton with a chef's toque), but fortunately the kitchen isn't lost at sea, despite voyaging from India to Italy. Teriyaki chicken and scampi Florentine are worthy house specialties. Lunch is cheaper, from standbys (wraps, burgers, nachos, Lolita's chicken-fried tacos) to more creative options like "honey-stung" chicken fried in chili powder and crushed corn chips. The outdoor poolside bar is a popular hangout for dive masters.