Guests are also invited to bring their four-legged friends on the outdoor patio, as the name suggests. The aforementioned “red dog” is actually Heimsoth's 12-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback, Sam, who is another frequent diner at the restaurant, and they’re looking to enhance their offerings for their smaller guests with a pet-exclusive menu on the horizon.
The outdoor offerings also include the Tiki Bar for quick burgers or to try one of their many cocktails, as well as their latest addition, Knotts Landing, which is located right on the harbor.
Yes, right on the actual harbor as Knotts Landing operates as a floating event space.
The space will hold around 130 people and features a full bar.
“So you won’t have to go anywhere. It’s all stationed right there on the harbor,” Crum said.
Knotts Landing will be the site of their summer Artisans on the Water craft fair to be held once a month as well as a variety of musical sets including, most recently, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash impersonators.