Nestled across an intracoastal waterway from San Pablo Island, Marker 32 serves up dazzling sea fruits on the waterfront for optimal reflection and potential mermaid visitations. Start an elegant evening with an order of the crispy cracked conch ($10), served with a spicy red-pepper aioli, or opt for a mouthful of the Atlantic with oysters on the half shell ($7), or broiled with bacon, spinach, and sundried tomatoes ($7). With the opening ceremonies slurped from their handsome shells, customers may graduate to the main course. Accomplished gymnasts will want to tumble into the seared scallops ($18), served over creamy grits with a red-wine-and-mushroom gravy, or caked blue crabs ($19), with a caper dill aioli, cozily nestled on a scenic platescape of steamed spinach and new potatoes. In addition to a selection of Southern-style fried seafood, Marker 32 also offers fresh-and-fun landfare for the fishophobe in your group, like a bone-in pork chop ($19), with butter beans and poblano-cheddar potatoes, or the white-bean ravioli ($13), with a roasted corn, bacon, and wild-mushroom sauce.