$10 for $20 Worth of Lunch and Dinner
The fried-green-tomato BLT ($8.49) stacks bacon, lettuce, and tomato on a croissant with havarti-dill cheese, and fries and breaded fillets of tilapia for the fish ’n’ chips accompanied by coleslaw ($15.99). Pan-seared scallops in caper-lemon sauce cover trotolle pasta and are accompanied by grilled asparagus ($18.99), and slow-cooked homestyle pot roast is complemented by vegetables and a burgundy mushroom sauce ($15.99). Click here to see the full menu.
Main Street Cafe & Pub
In 1999, the two brothers-in-law who founded Main Street Cafe & Pub aimed to create a down-to-earth neighborhood restaurant that evoked a sense of luxury with its menu of seafood and upscale pub food. Today, their restaurant hosts throngs of devoted locals, as well as shrewd tourists who can smell the all-you-can-eat crab legs.
The dining room's tall bay windows shine light onto a black-and-white checkerboard floor and tables groaning under a mix of casual pub eats and homestyle entrees. Distinctive dishes such as parmesan-encrusted grouper and a fried tilapia melt—complete with housemade jalapeño tartar sauce—balance out familiar blackened-chicken wraps and fish ’n’ chips. The seafood chowder and other housemade soups are prepared fresh daily.