Worth checking out is this offbeat little cafe and bar which features acoustic guitar and jazz musicians on weekends.
The informal place is owned by Tracey Gardell, a mom whose three surfer sons -- Skylar, Arden and Gray -- help out at the shack. Chef Nico Psihoyos offers what he calls "global surf cusine" -- quesadillas, ribs, "lamburginis" (Moroccan spiced lamb sliders), fajitas and even a paella.
Gardell and a few staff members do all the dessert baking.
Both the carrot cake and the red velvet cake were moist and lush. Lemon meringue pie had a flaky crisp crust, its filling a fine balance of sweet and tart. Chocolate bundt cake was homey and fudgy.
The shack also serves ice cream and gelato and, at breakfast, house-made scones and fritattas. An asset to the town, for sure.