Since the restaurant doesn't show up yet on Trip Advisor, thought I'd give a heads up here. It's a newer restaurant on the St Joseph River (took over old Barney's Boathouse). It is a dumpy grey building on river's edge. We sat outside on dumpy deck on tacky stools at a sad wooden table. New owner's are not into décor, paint or cosmetic improvements, unfortunately.
PLUS SIDE: Eating on the river! Very, very quiet when we were there (6pm - 7pm on Saturday evening in August). We were the ONLY car in their parking lot. Had no tables filled inside and only 4 tables filled out on the deck from boaters (pier parking free and available!).
Their menu consists of about 7 appetizers, 4 salads, mac & cheese ($11) is the only "entrée" and maybe 10 sandwiches (Cuban , pulled pork, fish tacos, chicken sandwich, burger and a few more very unexciting, uninspiring offerings).
Cheapest was a burger & fries for $7.00. DH got that - said it was fair (it was BIG and lots of fries). I got fish tacos. 3 taco's in 6" flour tortillas. When server set it down I LITERALLY had to put on my reading glasses to see if there was ANY fish. There was. Each 6" tortilla had ONE piece of fish approx. 1/2" wide and 4" long. A little melted cheese, 1 tsp of pico and some green lettuce stuff. $12 --- but it came with fries. Very, very sad. Was a WHOLE lotta tortilla for the little, itty bitty filling.
We had a radio shopping show coupon so our cost for the meal was only $10.00 (instead of the $20 it would have been). It was fine for $10. Rip off at $20.
This place is ok if you want a burger by the river in peace & quiet & could care less about the dumpy environment (FYI - we would be ok with dumpy if the food was GREAT). For much better food on the river, go to Clementine's 3 doors down.
Dunno about the booze or night scene. Maybe they get hopping. My impression from their facebook page PRIOR to going was "they desperately wanna be a hip, happening party scene". I think with enough alcohol it may SEEM that way.