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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.
Where to find trendy poke bowls in Atlanta
The healthy Hawaiian fish dish is a bona fide trend, and restaurants serving poke bowls are popping up all over Atlanta. Here's where you can try it.
Eat This: Canoe’s Smoked Salmon
Canoe's menu constantly changes to take advantage of local flavors, but the smoked salmon is a permanent fixture. “That’s the one dish that has always been exactly the same,” says executive chef Matthew Basford. “It’s been on the menu the same way for 21 years.”
Review: BeetleCat proves Ford Fry needs to slow down
Cocktail-fueled crowds are standard when dining with Ford Fry, whose interiors are never anything less than stunning. But at some point, you will need to eat—calories to balance the booze. This is where BeetleCat starts to sink.
9. Skipper’s Fish Camp, Darien
There’s something satisfying about eating shrimp and grits (make that blackened shrimp with cheese grits and bacon) with a fleet of shrimp boats docked right outside the window.
A UGA professor wants to make caviar sustainable
Doug Peterson sells the last thing anybody would expect from a college professor working in rural Georgia: caviar. But just outside Chattanooga—three hours northwest of the University of Georgia, where he works as a professor of fisheries and aquatic sciences—Peterson produces the state’s only sustainable caviar at a 5,000-square-foot facility in the town of Cohutta.
Carolina Fish Chowder
From "Tupelo Honey Cafe: Spirited Recipes from Asheville's New South Kitchen." At Tupelo Honey, we are fortunate to receive frequent ocean bounty from our Carolina coastal fishermen.
Carolina Fish Chowder
On a recent trip to Asheville, N.C., I finally beat the typical two-hour wait to get into Tupelo Honey Café for brunch, and left with their beautiful cookbook: "Tupelo Honey Café: Spirited Recipes From Asheville’s New South Kitchen."