7 Suburban Seafood Finds

It’s the dog days of summer and we’re having vivid fantasies of sun, sand and plates of fresh seafood. This is where Atlanta Eats comes in- we’re pretending this land-locked city is a beach town and making our fantasies a reality with our seafood guide. The suburbs are an underrated hub for beach-y dishes, so we scoped out the scene and decided to share insights with our fellow summer lovers.

Norman’s Landing (Cumming)

Known for: Lobster rolls, oysters on the half-shell, crab cakes and fish tacos.

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Oysters on the half shell from Norman’s Landing.

C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar (Vinings)

Known for: Seafood with a Cajun twist. Try their raw bar, shrimp gumbo or sautéed grouper piccata.

Market fish with Broccoli, crispy red parsley potatoes and a soy chili-garlic broth.

Market fish with Bok Choi and a soy chili-garlic broth from C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar.

Hugo’s Oyster Bar (Roswell)

Known for: Hugo’s signature oysters grilled with jalapeno and cheddar, crab Louis salad and an outrageous crawfish Po’ boy.

Crawfish Po' boy, fries and coleslaw.

Crawfish Po’ boy, fries and coleslaw from Hugo’s Oyster Bar.

Hammock’s Trading Company (Roswell)

Known for: Barbecue grilled oysters, stuffed lobster and shrimp and grits.

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Grilled oysters with BBQ butter from Hammock’s Trading Company.

Aqua Blue (Alpharetta)

Known for: Incredible sushi selection, Ahi poke and fresh caught fish.


AB Volcano roll from Aqua Blue.

Goin’ Coastal (Virginia-Highland and Canton)

Known for: A heaping portion of Low Country Boil, jumbo lump crab salad and perfectly seared scallops.

Scallop risotto

Scallop risotto from Goin’ Coastal.

Ray’s at Killer Creek (Alpharetta)

Known for: Parmesan crusted scallops, New Orleans seafood gumbo and the biggest portion of surf and turf that you’ve ever seen.

Steak with a cold water lobster tail

Steak with a cold water lobster tail from Ray’s at Killer Creek.

Want the scoop on Atlanta’s top seafood spots? Find out more here. Be sure to catch Atlanta Eats on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!

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