From Our Editors
Chef Asbel Reyes drew on his culinary acumen to compile a lengthy menu that satisfies diners with spins on local favorites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The wide range of seafood and American grill fare covers everything from sushi rolls and pizza to crab-cake sliders, and a raw bar dishes out fresh oysters and slightly stale Eddie Murphy jokes. Along with homemade breads, sauces, and desserts, guests also return to Britt’s for the live music each night and a select late-night menu. Diners enjoy beachside views from the palm-tree-lined patio that seem even more serene after free parking for up to two hours in the Surf Style garage next to Britt’s rather than fighting over beach parking.