Best-known as the brunch spot where you can take Mom on Easter, Ray's now specializes in seafood. The menu is solid but the offerings are decidedly less exotic than at its counterparts across the city. This aside, what should earn Ray's a spot on your to-be-visited list is the food. Ray's features an attractive, large menu, modern seafood house format minus the Asian/sushi bar appendages. American flavors dominate.
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Expect an astute mix of old-school New York and Paris brasserie. The focus is on fresh seafood, a well-stocked raw bar, and classic prime steaks.
Sal Grosso is a sleek, modern take on the all-you-can-eat Brazilian-style steakhouse concept that's taken Atlanta by storm. The $29.95 dinner includes a classic retro deluxe salad bar and as much meat as you can stomach. Don't miss the succulent fraldinha or bottom sirloin with a likeably nubbly texture. Don't save yourself for dessert -- the meat's the thing to fill up on here.
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.
Located in Vinings Jubilee, this stylish and established eatery owned by Frank and Susan Smith offers seafood, vegetarian dishes, and game (including elk).
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