Overlooking Tomales Bay, this cash-only seafood joint is housed in a one-story white building on a wooden boardwalk that runs along the waterfront. Open since 1948, the iconic restaurant is a popular stop for visitors traveling along Highway One. Large windows admit plenty of natural light into the no-frills dining room, which is furnished with polished wood tables, backless stools, and wood-paneled walls hung with large mounted fish. The house specialty is barbecued oysters, although the menu also includes other favorites like fried scallops and homemade clam chowder. The restaurant is open Friday through Sunday only.