The location on the pier in Venice is great. While there are some major renovations going on the restaurant is open. Come early because it does a brisk business. Our waitress was attentive and we were served quickly which is important with a youngster in the group. I felt the grouper was reasonable priced and the blackened seasoning was tasty if a bit mild. The fried scallops were large and not too heavily breaded. The seafood au gratin was good, as well, according to another member of the group. The coconut shrimp were very large and had good flavor. While we didn't Ryan it, they were having a lobster boil as well. It was reasonably priced. The wine list is adequate, if not large. The special rum drinks were popular as well. This spot is worth visiting again.