About this Business
From Our Editors
At WET Waterfront Dining Lounge, every indoor and outdoor seat in the house has views of the water—the waters of the Woodcleft Canal, to be exact. Most of the eatery's dishes, such as the appetizer of seared, sesame-crusted tuna, hail from the water, too. House specialties, including the lobster mac and cheese or sautéed jumbo shrimp served over coconut risotto, draw on fresh, locally sourced seafood. The culinary team complements these plates with non-aquatic extras, including steaks and delectable greens. The WET salad, for instance, gathers grape tomatoes, roasted peppers, artichoke hearts, and kalamata olives with crumbles of gorgonzola and ginger or balsamic dressing. Premium liquors await at the bar, where diners can partake of the extensive drink menu while watching one of several TVs. Ever true to its waterfront nature, WET also caters to seafaring guests by supplying them with complimentary boat slips.