The lackluster grocery mall that houses the Food Shack, as it's known locally, hides one of the now least-kept secrets in the county. The skinny spot, decked out in surfboards and tiki-hut grass surrounding the cook's window, evokes a shack on a blue beach in the Caribbean. The only difference is the full-tilt pace at which it operates -- a line snakes around the door at prime time. Expect a slight Caribe hand and unusual, ever-changing preparations for seafoods so popular that they've morphed onto menus elsewhere in the area.
The restaurants that get the most hype always seem to be those fancy, just-opened joints. You know, the ones stuck right smack in the middle of downtown or maybe that cute little historic district where the hipsters flock. Basically...
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