You must ask for the vegetarian menu, which is pretty much the standard salads and pasta. They do have veggie kabobs, which are good. They have grilled avocado as well. I avoid oil, and the food is quite oily, but at least they're trying. I've ask for steamed kale and broccoli, and they've been accommodating. There's not many places to find vegetarian/vegan food in the upper Keys, and most of them are hole in the wall places. This restaurant has amazing views of the Gulf of Mexico. Beautiful sunsets! It's worth going just for the atmosphere. Like all waterfront restaurants, you'll pay a bit more to eat there.
Cons: Price, Limited selection