The best part is, you can eat lunch at Wicked Tuna (adjacent to where we were kayaking), and the chef will come out and talk to you about how you want your fish prepared for lunch! My fish is picture in the lower left of the photo above- it was breaded and sauteed with a creamy lemon-garlic sauce. SO GOOD. The other things we sampled at Wicked Tuna were equally awesome: ahi, fish and chips, fish tacos, sushi, beet salad, and super cool desserts like this S’Mores Baked Alaska.
Behind Wicked Tuna, you can walk along the water and find more restaurants and water activities. When we were out kayaking, we kept seeing a pirate boat sail by and it looked like a really fun one to take little kids on.