We stopped by on a Friday night about 6 pm and it was buzzing already and almost every seat was taken on the patio that overlooks the ocean. We had margaritas and pina coladas that were scrumptious and we really enjoyed the ambiance and beachy theme of the place. This is not a young, hip place. The average age looked to be about 40, which was perfect for us!The virgin frozen drinks were $5.50 and the regular were $7 each. Small cups but a fair price considering the location! We also noticed that they had fish and chips for $8 which seemed ridiculously cheap considering the amount of food that people were getting. When we tried to order some at about 630, they were out already! They get fresh fish off the boats nearby at 12 each day and when it's gone, it's gone! FYI food is super expensive on the island since it is all shipped in from Puerto Rico, etc. The bar across the street had fish and chips for $15, which seemed like an average price. We would definitely go back earlier and get our fish and chips next time!