Mara Davis’s Go-To Atlanta Seafood

We’re on a strict see-food diet here at Atlanta Eats HQ! There are a ton of scrumptious options around town to choose from, and the options can be a little overwhelming. To help you choose, we’ve got Mara Davis’s faves below that were shared on The Bert Show a few weeks back. Check out the list below and get ready to drool!

Crab Cakes from Noble Fin (Peachtree Corners)

Crab Cakes from Noble Fin

Nestled out in Peachtree Corners, Noble Fin serves up some of the best crab cakes in town. These cakes don’t skimp on the crab meat, making them Neptune approved!

Grilled Octopus from Kyma (Buckhead)

Grilled Octopus from KYMA

This Greek seafood house is famous for its wood-grilled octopus. With marinated red onions, olives and capers straight from Santorini, this dish is a must-try!

Clam Chowder Fries from The Optimist (West Midtown)

Chowder Fries from The Optimist

Photo Credit: Andrew Thomas Lee

A mermaid’s version of chili fries! If you are willing to get a little messy, these melt-in-your-mouth Clam Chowder Fries are calling your name. Smothered n’ covered in a creamy chowder, bacon, white cheddar and scallions, this may just be your new favorite dish!

Crab Dip from Lure (Midtown)

Crab Dip from Lure

We could eat this rich, creamy crab dip straight up with a spoon. With chunks of fresh tomatoes, this app will start your meal off at Lure with a bang!

Crisp or Pan Seared Catfish Vietnamese Salad from W.H. Stiles Fish Camp (Ponce City Market)

Catfish Salad Dubs Fish Camp

Photo Credit: Dubs Fish Camp

For only $11, this meal is the deal of the century. Yummy catfish is laid on a bed of cabbage and topped with cucumbers, peanuts, jalapenos and lime.

House Boil from Bon Ton (Midtown)

Bon Ton BoilPhoto Credit: Bon Ton 

A NOLA restaurant offering a Vietnamese twist with a seafood boil not to be missed. Try this plate for an ultimate seafood smorgasbord of snow crab, jumbo shrimp, mussels, clams, potatoes and corn!

Hear Mara Davis’s full seafood talk on the Bert Show here, and be sure to swim on over to any of these awesome Atlanta spots!

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