You can eavesdrop on advertising types who do the after-five mix-and-mingle at this spot on the ground floor of the Leo Burnett Building. When it comes to the menu, there's no shortage of choices: fish and shellfish entrées come in various preparations, from grilled to seared to baked. Classic seafood appetizers are delivered with a twist, such as coconut- and beer-battered shrimp, giant surf clams with ginger-chili aioli, and seared scallop pot stickers. The restaurant, with its marble, granite, and beautifully set woodwork, is an inviting space to relax, and the multilevel dining room provides plenty of eye candy, plus glimpses of the Chicago River beyond. There is a local jazz trio on Tuesday through Saturday evenings.