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Serpas

When first opening up Serpas wasted little time garnering national attention. GQ magazine knew what they were doing placing this instant classic well inside their top ten list of best new restaurants.

Industrialized design clashes perfectly with southern inspired American Nouveau to make this old industrial space shine with brilliant “true food.” In 1917, Atlanta was ravaged by fire, and the combination of low-income housing and an already over-extended fire department meant that the Fourth Ward was all but destroyed in an afternoon. The building that Serpas occupies on corner of Irwin and Auburn, was spared, and is the oldest brick building in Atlanta.

Chef Scott Serpas’s menu features some of the best Southern comfort food you will find with succulent exciting twists. Located squarely in the heart of the Old Fourth Ward, Serpas has become one of the hippest places to be, all while keeping the menu approachable and fresh.

Highlights

Flash Fried Oysters

These incredibly tough to share treats garnished with pickled chiles, and mirliton are literally what dreams are made of.

Veal Porterhouse

Always seasoned, and cooked to perfection, served with blue cheese potato gratin, and garnished with fresh shiitakes.

Stuffed Chicken Breast

Paired with collard greens, and whipped potatoes, this is the epitome of southern comfort food.