When Scotty's Landing, the cozy outdoor restaurant in Coconut Grove, closed its doors in 2013, our hearts mourned. It was the charming spot for Grovites, tourists, and locals from across the county. But in late 2015, the space underwent minor restorations, got a new name, and — bam — we had Grove Bay Grill. Despite the changes, it still feels like the same old home away from home — or rather, backyard away from your backyard. (It's a new idiom — just go with it). White plastic chairs and flimsy tables are crammed beneath a wooden roof. And while the random guitar player sings strange cover songs from the '80s, the sound of barks and woofs and heavy breathing fills the joint. Careful where you walk, or you might just trip over a water bowl. At Grove Bay Grill, the pups — of all shapes and sizes — are treated just as well as the human guests. "Another Blue Moon for me and some water for Itchy," you tell your server. And right away, she returns with a refreshing bowl for your lapdog and gives Itchy a good scratch behind the ears. On a weekend afternoon, it's not unusual to see a dog curled up under nearly every table. The place may have a new name, but your friends will still text you to meet at Scotty's Landing for drinks Sunday afternoon. Don't forget your pooch.