As descendants of Destin fisherman, the owners drew their inspiration for the seafood restaurant’s name from Destin waters themselves, or rather from what lies beneath them. The underwater topography of Destin’s coast is what sets the city apart from other destinations. The relatively shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico drastically drop off at a spot a mere 12 miles from shore along the famed 100-fathom curve offering quick access to the deepest depths of the Gulf and providing nearly unlimited access to the freshest seafood. This popular local fishing spot is what makes fishing in Destin special, and is one of the reasons Destin is known as “The World’s Luckiest Fishing Village”. It is known as “The Edge”.