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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Hamilton's Restaurant & Lounge Restaurant Review: Dock your boat out back, grab a seat on the second floor deck and watch the sunset over Grand Lagoon. Or, if you're a Florida native who's over all that natural beauty, there's always the convivial Marlin Room with its giant oak bar, stained glass windows and ubiquitous TVs. Either way, the best thing about Hamilton's Restaurant is the mesquite wood-grilled steaks, tuna and shellfish. Grill chefs work their magic behind a Plexiglas show window and the savory results do set Hamilton's menu apart from the crowd. Like most waterfront eateries, Hamilton's boasts a full selection of fried and boiled seafood, plus---with a tip of the hat to owner Steve Stevens' Greek heritage---an assortment of dishes augmented with feta cheese, olives, oregano and other Mediterranean touches. The rich, creamy seafood lasagna is decadently good. Desserts have that over-the-top make-your-teeth-hurt appeal (Chocolate Fantasy, liqueur-drizzled Mud Pie, Praline Crunch), but diners can always opt for the restaurant's traditional, decently tart Key lime pie.