As it's name suggests, the Fish House spotlights fresh, local catch like black grouper, cobia, and conch. The dining room is decorated with seafood-themed art and strings of lights, but seating is also available at umbrella-shielded tables in front of the blue building. The restaurant is known for a dish called matecumbe — usually snapper or grouper, baked and covered with tomatoes, capers, basil, and olive oil. The deep menu also touts choices like conch chowder, smoked fish dip, and lump crabcakes. In accord with its Florida Keys location, the Fish House also has housemade Key lime pie for dessert.