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Mission + Market

Review: Mission + Market lets a longtime Atlanta chef return to what he loves: seafood without fuss

Mission + Market is rigorous enough about its food for gourmands and glamorous enough for scenesters. It also allows an old-school chef to return to what he truly loves: seafood without fuss. Our review.
Kajun Crab crawfish boil Buford Highway

Prepare to get messy with Kajun Crab’s Vietnamese-Cajun crawfish boils

If Ugly Delicious had you craving Vietnamese-Cajun dishes, look no further than Buford Highway newcomer Kajun Crab, where you can get your hands messy with saucy crawfish boils and sip drinks that literally smoke and bubble with the help of dry ice.
Octopus Bar

33. Octopus Bar

When Nhan Le and the late Angus Brown opened Octopus Bar in 2011, they shook up Atlanta's dining scene, offering small plates rife with primo ingredients like oysters and uni but served in a loud, dark room.
Kyma

17. Kyma

The ocean-blue Kyma, which means wave in Greek, is Buckhead Life Restaurant Group’s brightest star.
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37. The Optimist

What with the mini-golf lawn outside, you don’t really need dinner to have a grand time at Ford Fry’s seafood sensation. But you'll want to eat.

29. Noble Fin

Its dining room may look nondescript, but Noble Fin is one of our most assured, satisfying seafood restaurants.
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Neighborhood gem: Brine Seafood Shack

Marc Taft is wooing fans with oysters and crab cakes at this modern two-story structure—definitely not a shack—plunked in the middle of the ritzy new Avalon extension last April.

It’s official: Kimball House team will open a casual seafood restaurant at Krog Street Market

This restaurant and bar, which will take over the former Luminary space, is the second for Matt Christison, Miles Macquarrie, Bryan Rackley, and Jesse Smith. They hope to open in 2018.

Pat Pascarella is now executive chef at the Optimist

Ford Fry’s award-winning Westside seafood spot, the Optimist, has a new executive chef in the kitchen—its fourth since the restaurant opened.
Noble Fin

Review: Noble Fin offers sophistication without pretension

Noble Fin, a new seafood restaurant in Peachtree Corners, looks bland and anonymous. But looks, you might have heard, can be deceiving. Noble Fin turns out to be the city’s most assured and satisfying fish house since Ford Fry’s the Optimist.

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