One more post on this thread..
Back in the late 80's and early 90's my family vacationed in Florida on Captiva Island. There was an old marina on the "sound-side" of Captiva and a "ramshackle" bar/restaurant named: "Timmy's Nook"
. It had a small bar with 6-8 stools where the boat crews would gather for a drink (or two) after the days charters. The restaurant overlooked the marina, with screens in the large windows and ceiling fans (no AC). Wooden tables with red checkered table cloths.
This place was special to me because it's where I was served the best seafood dinner I ever ate, broiled grouper, stuffed with crab meat. Now, lots of restaurants serve broiled fish stuffed with crab, but that particular meal at that particular time & place created a lasting memory for me.
Sadly, the marina was damaged during a hurricane in (I think) 2002. The owners sold the property to a developer who tore the restaurant down and built a new "modern" restaurant named "The Green Flash". I haven't been back to Captiva since well before Timmy's was demolished, but somehow Captiva just couldn't be the same without Timmy's Nook.