The Old Key Lime house was built in 1889, so it is one of the oldest buildings in Lantana. In that spirit, you can dine here overlooking the water on a dock that is open to the sea breezes (and bugs). The food is great, my companions and I have enjoyed everything we ordered, and the menu ranges from $9 fish tacos to $20+ entrees like coconut crusted sea bass. However, casualness of the atmosphere and the not quite comfortable seating make me unwilling to go back soon at those prices. Another problem is that parking is often at a premium, with a crowded parking lot and an eager valet attendant (I hate valet). The Key Lime House has a rough 'n' tumble bar attached to it, and people often (both times I was here) come out drunk and ready to either drive or fight in the parking lot. In fact, do not park across the street from the exit of this parking lot along the road. Many accidents happen here, and the cars parked right there are the victims!