Amos Mosquito's, formerly Mosquito Cafe, has moved from its former location - cross the Atlantic Bridge, then go left on Ft. Macon a couple of blocks, and it's on the left. There's a restaurant, bar and a patio with a view of the water, with some nice Blues being piped in. The atmosphere is very relaxed. I had THE best scallops I've ever had, which were part of a seafood mixed kabob - don't remember what they called it on the menu. The mashed potatoes were great. For dessert, we shared a slice of a lemon pie with blueberries - couldn't even begin to describe it, but it was very good. The service was attentive and very gracious, and the owner came out and spoke to us a couple of times - the nicest, most approachable guy in the world. Being from urban California, there's nothing quite like southern hospitality - makes me wonder why my family ever left in the first place.