There’s a handful of white-tablecloth restaurants in town where locals go to celebrate birthdays or impress out-of-town guests. Christopher’s became the first of these venues some nineteen years ago, and many argue it remains the best. While a couple of other spots give Christopher’s a run for its money, it’s hard to beat the charmingly elegant atmosphere of this turn-of-the-century ranch house. We treated ourselves to a fresh, impeccably seasoned snapper filet filled with tender crab meat; pico de gallo gave the dish a little kick, while a light chardonnay butter sauce enhanced the flavor. Our steak lacked the “wow” factor we have come to expect from Christopher’s, but our assortment of accompanying vegetables was predictably perfect, both in taste and presentation. Choosing a dessert was difficult, but the creamy Key lime pie sent us home happy.