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There's a ramshackle charm to this family-friendly maritime saloon, a casual spot to relax over a beer and nachos or dig into coconut shrimp. The nearby South Street Seaport is a tourist destination, to be sure, but an increasing number of locals have moved into the area due to its proximity to Wall Street. That means a lively scene at the lustrous, dark wood bar, with drinks like frozen margaritas and the Ethyl Mermaid. In addition to fried oysters, baby back ribs and burgers are desserts like coconut cream pie and floats made with rich Ronnybrook ice cream.