A short walk down the boardwalk from The Ritz-Carlton, toward the beach sits this nice little al fresco homage to beach casual at the sophisticated resort. It is also easily accessible from the beach and open to the public. It gets its name from a native tree also called the “tourist tree” for its red peely bark. Family friendly, it’s a great place for a frozen cocktail, cold beer or glass of lemonade. Its lunch menu lists a typical array of noshes such as wings, a quesadilla, conch chowder, handcrafted burgers, salads, sandwiches and entrees.