Black-Eyed Susan's is considered one of the best-value restaurants in town, and is renowned for breakfast items like delicious huevos rancheros and French toast with orange Jack Daniels butter. Dinner options frequently change but are based around the local seafood catch, such as linguine with quahogs (a type of clam). Those not wanting seafood can usually get dishes like crispy pork schnitzel with celery root salad. In summer, look out for tomatillo and cucumber gazpacho with chipotle crema and hushpuppies. To finish up, the chocolate pot de creme is worth every bite. And the restaurant is BYOB, which helps keep the bill in check. (Note: no credit cards.) Black-Eyed Susan's does take reservations for the 6 p.m. seating. Otherwise, get here early to put your name on the list and then stroll around town until your table is ready.