Opened September 2012 in the former Isla Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar outpost in Treasure Island, Seafood Shack's dining room looks like a modernized cabin on an ocean liner, clad in hard wood from reclaimed barns and salvaged ship parts. While it has no private dining room to speak of, larger meetings of around 70 can have the middle of the restaurant partitioned off, creating a separate group area away from restaurant-goers.
|Space||Max. Reception Capacity||Max. Seated Capacity||Sq. feet|
|Seafood Shack: Central Section for Groups||70||70|