10Best List photo 10BEST says

Seafood: Chef-owner Ford Fry's (also owner of King + Duke, St. Cecilia, No. 246 and JCT. Kitchen & Bar) ode to the Southern coast has become an instant hit for Atlantans seeking seaside cuisine. Executive Chef Adam Evans cooks up a menu peppered with seafood staples (think lobster rolls, hush puppies and eat-and-peel shrimp)as well as divergent renditions (wood hearth roasted mangrove snapper or duck fat poached swordfish with smoked short ribs). Begin your meal with an artful appetizer and indulge in one of the craft cocktails. Oyster aficionados will delight in the adjacent Oyster Bar at the Optimist, which features an extensive raw bar as well as multiple small plates.

10Best List photo Insider Tips

Local Expert Kelly Skinner Says:

Seafood: "Head next door to the low-key Oyster Bar for raw and roasted oysters."

Best for Seafood Because: It's got the hype, sure, but it also touts excellent food. Check it out, then return.

Dinner Menu

Opportunities
Start
Fish, Wood Hearth Roasted
Farm, Wood Hearth Roasted
Sides & Such

Lunch Menu

On Ice
Start
Salads & Sandwiches
Fish & Farm, Wood Hearth Roasted
Sides & Such

Disclaimer: Always check with the business for pricing and availability of menu items. SinglePlatform is not responsible for menu or pricing changes, but the information is believed to be accurate when posted. Listing of a menu does not mean that there is any affiliation, endorsement or sponsorship between SinglePlatform and the listed business.

Find Nearby Things To Do:

See & Do Eat Party Stay Shop
comments powered by Disqus