This restaurant is run by the same business as Captain Jack's. The food is exactly the same.
The decor, however, is much older than Captain Jack's neon-lighted modern theme. And, yes, the music is all 80s all the time--so if you don't like that decade, go elsewhere.
What Bishop's has, however, is a warm inviting atmosphere managed by a fleet of helpful servers. Every time we go to Bishop's--usually with two small children in tow--the servers and staff ensure an enjoyable visit. The servers there are patient and friendly and check in on you often enough that you never have to search for them.
The last time we were there, the waitress took the time to chat with our children. Another server took the time to show another family how to crack crab legs. She took a long time to explain the process and did so without being condescending. And the diners did seem to appreciate the instruction and the crab legs.
I've also been to Bishop's with non-seafood eaters. They found plenty to choose from and pronounced everything to be well prepared. My sense is that the reviewers here who dislike Bishop's are looking for a more stylish atmosphere. If you value updated decor and music this side of the millennia, Captain Jack's or another restaurant is the place for you. I, however, am looking for a laid-back atmosphere, well prepared seafood, a family-friendly staff and no crowds (Bishop's is always considerably less busy than the more modern Captain Jack's--closer to the large resorts). Bishop's always fills the bill perfectly.