The Mariner’s Inn hits its 50th year in 2016 and prides itself on its old-fashioned and casual atmosphere. The restaurant sources its steaks from the owners’ own family-run farm, which has been in operation for over a century. Steaks here are thick-cut and aged in house. True to its name, The Mariner’s Inn also specializes in sea and freshwater fare. Menu centerpieces include macadamia-encrusted grouper, Canadian-caught lobster, and stuffed orange roughy, while the clam chowder is a favorite for regulars. Sadly, the kitchen staff’s performance has gone slightly stale over time. Meanwhile, the lack of USDA-grading might scare off steak lovers.