Here's a note that a friend recently sent me, about a wharfside restaurant called Nantucket. Enjoy!
"Nantucket is this true dockside restaurant that time forgot in Crockett
directly underneath the Carcinas bridge and next to the old C&H sugar cane
factory. To get there you go down this unmarked bumpy pothole road that
deadends at the pier. You have to literally hike across the railroad tracks
to get over to the restaurant that faces the water. It has been open 50
years and mainly serves fisherman and retired longshoremen. The menu and
sauces are surprisingly artful and creative yet still contain all of the
seafaring staples - fish n chips, shrimp louie, Cajun popcorn shrimp etc." Anyone been?