More than any other chef, Kevin Rathbun is responsible for defining the restaurant food of Atlanta: Practically every culinary trend and compulsion is represented here and, for the most part, Rathbun's does it bigger, better and bolder. Even after all these years, this is still a restaurant that we should be proud to define ourselves by.
At the corner of Howell Mill and Chattahoochee, the cheery restaurant that declares itself "The Home of Good Food," has a variety of breakfast basics including breakfast potatoes, huge-as-your-head pancakes, perfectly fluffy biscuits, and thick, maple-infused Belgian waffles that melt in your mouth. There is also a section of the menu dedicated to grits, and healthier options such as oatmeal, granola and turkey sausage.
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The paneled Southern seafood shack decor works (think wooden booths, long tables, a horseshoe bar). And so does the food. Shrimp, crab cakes, oysters, crab legs, clams, scallops, mussels, catfish and po'boys are all fresh and tasty. All in all, Six Feet Under fills the gap of the disappearing inexpensive seafood shack. Try to snag a seat on the in-demand rooftop patio with a great view of the skyline.