This island institution will surprise the old guard, as new owners have redesigned the menu and freshened up the environment. The new food offerings are made for sharing with friends and family, with a local take on tapas that includes warm olives, Cape Cod mussels in a sweet pepper relish, avocado toast, jamón ibérico, and roasted mushrooms. There are salads with interesting combinations like roasted cauliflower with pickled currants, almonds, chili, and vinegar, and there are even a few large plates for those who don't like to share—though you'd be missing out. The interior has been updated to feel light and airy and is decorated in neutral beach tones with aqua accents. But rest assured: the restaurant's vintage railway car and live piano bar are still safely present.