Citysearch Editorial Review.
There's no denying that this is a seafood joint, as guests dine on wooden tables under hanging lamps, surrounded by mounted fish and a couple of live aquariums. All that's missing are the fishing nets and tackle boxes. True to the maritime motif, menu specialties include seafood casserole, lobster bisque, shrimp in cornmeal and a crab-stuffed fish filet. Landlubbers aren't left drifting, as ham-topped spaghetti, skirt steak and grilled chicken entrees are available. The primarily Hispanic staff may speak Spanish between themselves, but they are mostly fluent in English. No one speaks for the mounted scaly rascals, though.