A Marietta landmark for 30 years, this popular restaurant occupies a historic corner building, with a casual grill downstairs and an upscale dining room overlooking the square.
Although it moved a few dozen yards from its original location, this long-running bar and restaurant is beloved by locals for its welcoming, blue-collar vibe and its prize-winning house chili.
This Marietta seafood joint has one lengthy po'boy menu. Po'boys are served "dressed" and come with your choice of fresh-cut french fries or red beans and rice. The shrimp version is a monster of a sandwich, tightly wrapped in white paper, and measuring a foot in length. The shrimp are on the small side, but the amount packed into the sandwich makes up for this shortcoming. Don't forget one of the sauces, such as the lime-dill tartar.