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Brezza Cucina

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Jonathan Waxman's PCM eatery focuses on seafood-based Italian fare with dishes such as Georgia shrimp with Calabrese butter, grilled swordfish, and Waxman's JW chicken with salsa verde. The concept also features wine and champagne by the bottle, a cocktail menu, and a selection of brews on tap.
Ticonderoga Club

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The Krog Street Market concept from Atlanta food scene veterans Paul Calvert, Greg Best, Regan Smith, David Bies, and Bart Sasso offers seafood-focused soups, sandwiches, and light bites. Their extensive libations menu includes special cocktails, such as Bitter Southerner #2, along with fine liquors, wines, and beers.
Fontaine's Oyster House

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Get your oysters raw, roasted, or served up in specialty dishes. The menu includes plenty of other seafood items as well as non-seafood fare.

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Fresh seafood, including an award-winning lobster bisque, ice cold beer, cocktails, and a patio.
Legal Sea Foods

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With an impressive view facing downtown Atlanta, it is easy to see why Legal Sea Foods has captured the hearts of many tourists. Freshness is the name of the game at this restaurant, and some dishes, such as the steamers, truly benefit from this philosophy. The problems, however, are with the unmanageably large dining rooms (that's right, this place has two giant dining rooms) and menu. The servers are often overwhelmed, and the food is often overcooked. Leave the entrees to the tourists and go for the vast selection of wine, oysters, and the lobster rolls.
Spondivits

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Around for more than 30 years, this boisterous, no-frills seafood shack has a wrap-around bar and outdoor seating. The draw here is the steamed shrimp and lobster sold by the pound in aluminum bucket with tangy beer butter.
BeetleCat

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Another installment from restaurateur Ford Fry, BeetleCat was crafted around the idea of an oyster bar and dishes out seaside cuisine such as baked oysters, littleneck clams, and a selection of crudos. The restaurant also features a casual cocktail menu and a downstairs den that's just for drinks.

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Mon.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-10:10 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

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Virginia-Highland's newest seafood joint looks like the most tasteful beach house on the block. With its small double-storefront dining room, Goin' Coastal offers a standard lineup of seafood favorites. Skip the breading-heavy gator bites and opt for the Rockefeller oysters, piled high with spinach and smoky bacon. The Lowcountry bouillabaisse with fat crab legs, plump shrimp, sweet bay scallops, and big clean-tasting mussels is infinitely sopable. For another seafood restaurant, this place sure knows how to source and cook seafood in a way that succeeds where many others fail.
Lure

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Fifth Group restaurant featuring sustainable seafood and seasonal produce. The menu changes often.
MF Sushi

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MF Sushi is back after a three-year hiatus with some of the best sushi in Atlanta. Located in Inman Park, brothers Alex and Chris Kinjo serve a menu of fresh sushi and sashimi dishes and other Japanese favorites.

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Come for surf or turf in a big southern way.. chef Todd Richards has a wide range of things on his menu from mac n cheese to sashimi. The food presentations are fancy, but the dress is casual. Feel free to bring the whole family. The Pig and the Pearl also does takeout.

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Chef Sammy Davis, a former winner of Food Network's Chopped heads up this kitchen which serves lunch, dinner and wine. The menu features dishes like lobster bombas, Baltimore crab cakes, and blackened-shrimp burgers, while the bar features classic cocktails like Manhattans and Hemingway daiquiris.

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The highly anticipated new restaurant from James Beard winner Anne Quatrano and her top-notch team W.H. Stiles Fish Camp, aka Dub’s officially opened Sept. at Ponce City Market. Named after Quatrano’s great, great, great, great grandfather, the full-service eatery features fried grouper sandwiches, seafood bowls, lobster rolls, and an impressive shrimp po-boy in town. Look for a raw oyster bar experience with 20 varieties of oysters, along with counter service, take-away, and a large patio space.
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