While dining options in little Djúpivogur are few, the Hótel Framtíð offers a robust menu of seafood, homemade bread, desserts, wines and fresh local vegetables. The hotel is in a 1905 merchant's house that also once functioned as the local post office. Today it's ruggedly stylish—with a lounge as well as a clean and bright restaurant. Mussels and fresh lobster are high on travelers' favorite lists. Also ask about the great seafood soups and the catch of the day.