Best seafood restaurants in atlanta

Best seafood restaurants in atlanta

Best seafood restaurants in atlanta

We took 30 hours of road-tripping and eating our way around Atlanta to tell you exactly where to go to find the best seafood in the ATL. And we did it in a (relatively) short amount of time.


W.H. Stiles Fish Camp from Atlanta chef Anne Quatrano (Star Provisions, Bacchanalia, Floataway Cafe) at Ponce City Market features a menu filled with daily oyster specials, along with dishes like New England clam chowder, and Maryland crab cakes. The menu includes one of Atlanta’s best lobster rolls, too. It’s served on a buttered Parker House roll and is overflowing with lobster meat mixed with mayo, celery, and tarragon. However, it’s also one of the most expensive rolls in town, coming in at $32. Order online for takeout. Masks required.

Owned by Rich Clark and Jon Schwenk of Atlanta Fish Market and Atlantic Seafood Company fame, the C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar's menu features dishes that are made with certified organic and locally grown and sourced ingredients. Signature plates include mouthwatering steamed sea bass, gumbo, lump crab cake served with grain mustard butter, and Sautéed Red Snapper. There is also a raw bar serving fresh oysters and clams, and a selection of fine wines to accompany some of the best seafood in Atlanta. More Things to Do in Atlanta (Source:vacationidea.com)


Located just west of the Mechanicsville neighborhood near downtown Atlanta, Trederick’s offers up Southern seafood comfort food on its menu. This includes lump crab cakes with remoulade sauce, baskets of fried catfish and shrimp, a fried whiting sandwich, and even steamed lobster tail and snow crab served with corn and potatoes. Grab a side of mac and cheese or hushpuppies, too. Order at the counter and take a seat inside or out on the patio. Open for takeout and delivery. Masks required.

A longtime neighborhood favorite, this Virginia-Highland seafood restaurant serves everything from crab cakes and peel-and-eat shrimp to seafood baskets and jambalaya. But those in the know come here for the oysters, especially on Tuesdays when the bivalves are half priced. Make sure to check out Fontaine’s other weekdays specials, too, including crab leg specials on Wednesdays. Call to order takeout. Masks required. (Source: atlanta.eater.com)

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