Atlanta restaurant reviews, culinary news, and gluttonous gossip by admitted foodaholic Serina Patrick

Atlanta’s Best Seafood


From casual coastal-style dives to trendy hipster spots, this list includes restaurants that specialize in seafood, and a little sushi.

Goin’ Coastal
My neighborhood spot for sustainable seafood; great lobster specials, decadent lobster mac, and ginormous steamed shrimp.

A Fifth Group favorite, serving sparkling bottled cocktails that rock and a menu of everything seafood, from smoked to grilled.

The Optimist
Ford Fry’s upscale campy seafood spot on the Westside, serving charred octopus and other fishy things.

Poor Calvin’s
Asian fusion hidden gem serving inspired seafood dishes like scallop toban yaki.

The newest addition to Ford Fry’s empire, this “oyster-ette” impresses with everything from crudo to moqueca, and of course, oysters.

Six Feet Under
Delicious gringo fish tacos, gumbo, and fried fish of every variety, with an awesome rooftop deck overlooking historic Oakland Cemetery. Don’t miss the spicy rat toes…jalapenos stuffed with shrimp and wrapped with bacon!

Impeccably sourced and immaculately prepared sushi and grilled specialties from MF Buckhead’s former sushi chef, Fuyuhiko Ito.

Ray’s on the River
Simply a classic.

MF Sushi
Alex Kinjo resurrects his famous sushi restaurant in Inman Park, serving delicate sashimi and robata grill specialties like the stellar black cod.

Atlanta Fish Market
Another Buckhead Life institution with an enormous selection to be prepared by their kitchen or in your own, serving standout mussels.


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