Cutting Down the Nets: Four Great Seafood Spots in ATL this March

Whether it’s the conference tournaments or the upcoming Elite Eight games, players all across the NCAA tournament are cutting down nets. And since we’re always thinking about food, cutting down nets got us thinking about seafood which leads to our Flavorful Four list of the week: 4 Great Seafood Spots in ATL.
Wild GA Shrimp at Bully Boy
Bully Boy
The newcomer to the scene, Bully Boy has only been open since the end of 2018. The restaurant, which is right off the Eastside Beltline in Poncey Highland, offers delicious seafood options like yellow fin tuna wraps, bbq Georga Wild Shrimp, Lobster Frites, Blue Crab fried rice and a New England Clam Chowder Carbonara. They also offer a delicious selection of fresh Oysters.
Lobster Roll from C&S Chowderhouse
C&S Chowder House
Atlanta is full of folks from the Northeast who have come down for warmer weather and greener pastures – including our own Steak Shapiro, who hails from Boston. But where can you find the flavors of New England in Atlanta? At C&S Chowder House in Roswell! With a stylish New England style setting, you’ll feel like you’re in Cape Cod and with dishes like Lobster Rolls, The “Casco Bay” 3-Egg Omelette and the Seared Scalllops with Crispy Pork Belly, you’ll eat like you’re in Cape Cod, too!

Big Ketch
A beach break right around the corner! The Big Ketch brings your dreams of fresh seafood and beach bar vibes to Roswell. This “beach shack chic” restaurant on Canton St. offers weekly catch specials and is sure to be your new favorite for shrimp & grits and lobster rolls. Sit back and relax with a cocktail, like the Georgia Peach or Buckhead Betty, or enjoy some lawn games to pass the time. You’ll put your “out of office” on for this staycation.
Cajun snow crab leg boil from The Juicy Crab
Juicy Crab
Have you ever gotten the chance to enjoy a Cajun Seafood boil? Thanks to The Juicy Crab, you have your chance. Whether it’s the Blue Crab, shrimp, Snow Crab Legs, Crawfish, Clams or Mussels, you’ll eat it out of a bag, cajun boil-style, with the delicious seasoning options: cajun, garlic butter, lemon pepper or the juicy special. All served with potato and corn drenched in that delicious juice.

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