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About Atlanta Fish Market
From the gracious service to the Southeast’s widest selection of fresh seafood, Atlanta Fish Market’s comfortable, neighborhood atmosphere is a relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of Buckhead. With more than 100 fresh varieties from the deep flown in fresh, Atlanta Fish Market has something for everyone. The thirty-foot copper fish sculpture in front and the train station-styled building welcomes guests with its wide veranda and rocking chairs. With five television sets, the adjoining Geechee Crab lounge is a comfortable place to watch a game, catch up on the latest news or simply relax with a cocktail before dinner. Enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the Atlanta Fish Market. Lunch Monday – Saturday, Dinner seven days a week.
Atlanta, GA 30305
Seafood, Sushi, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm; Labor Day Hours: Lunch: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm; Dinner: 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Take-out Catering Available from Pano's Fresh Seafood Market located at Atlanta Fish Market. Appetizer, sushi, entree and side options available. Pano's Market also features the freshest catch inland, artisan breads, sides and desserts.
Valet parking is available at the Atlanta Fish Market.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
From custom menus to impeccable service, Atlanta Fish Market offers personalized services at every level. From the freshest seafood to the finest aged steaks, we will exceed your expectations.
Atlanta Fish Market Ratings and Reviews
Valets stood at the booth while I stood in the rain waiting for them to come get my key? Am I missing something, why are they even there??? Waitress was great until we asked for dessert menu, then she stood at the wait staff computer area joking with other staff for 10 minutes. We were going to order dessert, but after the wait decided to just take the check and leave. Very unfortunate because this is our "go to" place for special occasions.
Pineapple martini was phenomenal. Ordered the spinach dip appetizer and lobster rolls for the meal. Amazing food and service. My sister wanted 1000 island dressing for her salad and the waiter offered to make it fresh for her. I’d go back in a heartbeat. I do recommend taking an Uber here because it’s valet only and the lot was really tight.
The food was ok but honestly, Red Lobster is just as good and 75% less. I was disappointed in that a friend gave me a $600.00 gift card and when I presented the card, I was advised that it did not cover gratuities or taxes. Imagine how surprised I was when I had a $600.00 gift card and I still had to pay over $100.00 out of my own pocket. I consider that a ripoff. A giftcard is a giftcard and it should cover everything. I would never recommend that any go to your restaurant with a gift card
The selection of fresh seafood is impressive, the quality of the sea bass, lobster, and the sushi was excellent. The sushi had too much rice but the freshness of the fish rivaled the best I’ve had in Atlanta. The service felt a bit rushed but you really set the pace of the meal. Great cocktails and the bar service (pre-meal) was good. The server’s assistant was weak on attentiveness, but overall the service was decent. Most surprising was the good value for quality of the food. We’ll be back.
Best swordfish EVER!!! More casual than we expected and a little noisy for "date night." Guess our previous visits have been mid-week when the crowd wasn't as lively. But the food was off the scale and the waiter was friendly, helpful (helped me decide on the swordfish) and efficient. Will definitely be back and will recommend the place to friends.
We are regular patrons of this restaurant. This was the first time the service was so poor. Our son, who is in the restaurant business, was shocked at how unresponsive the wait staff and support staff was. Food came cold, requests for silverware, bread, butter, had to be made three and four times, to more than one staff member. The manager seemed disinterested when we explained the situation. We had begun the evening’s conversation speaking about Leslie Jones and how her bad experience was. We thought she was way out of line with her complaints. By the end of the evening we understood why she was upset. We spent $240 for dinner. What happened to this excellent restaurant?
We have purchased gift cards for friends and relatives.
The hostess was rude when we entered, the server was knowledgeable about the menu but not overly helpful. They somewhat rushed us, as well. The food was okay, nothing special and certainly not for the price ($3.75 per oyster - we ordered a variety and they didn't tell us what was what when they came out, $14 for a basic sushi roll, etc). And on top of that, there is a charge for the valet, which you would think they would bring up when you gave your car to the valet or at least when you checked out with your server? Just a disappointing experience all around.
This has been our go to restaurant for 15 years. We live 20 miles away but make the drive for the exceptional food and service. Have never had a bad meal ever. Fried lobster tail crab cakes and super crunch sushi are our favorites. Tried a new dessert on this last visit, banana creme bru la and it is outstanding. If you haven't been you must try it. They will not disappoint. Ever.
Another great meal at Atlanta Fish Market. We decided to dine on appetizers and we ordered the Peel and Eat Shrimp which was outstanding. The Clam Chowder really missed the mark this time. Not creamy and was mostly boiled potatoes. Very few clams..we had to hunt for them. Will not order that again. The Red Beet Salad was outstanding. Great wine list and our server was fabulous.
Drinks took forever to arrive (6:15 PM seating). Wife's wine was not chilled, mine was fine.
Daughter's Tuna ordered medium rare but came out well done. By the time it was replaced my wife and I were long finished. We ordered a second round of wine, took forever to arrive but this time wife's wine was chilled.
We have dined numerous times at Kyma, Buckhead Diner and your other restaurants and needless to say we were sad that the FishMarket did not measure up.
The quality and the freshness of the food was great, but we did not care for the way the items were prepared. If you like heavy and rich buttery foods, then this is the place to go. The lobster in the lobster roll was overcooked so it was very chewy and rubbery and there was nothing special about the flavor. Additionally we ordered the special of the day which happened to be the sea bass in brown butter sauce, but everything was drenched in the butter sauce and there was no texture to the dish. The best thing we had was the crab cake we had as an appetizer, but only because it was full of crab meat and no fillers. Not sure if we will be going back to give it another try. For the price, there are plenty of other places to try. Also, if you are wearing heels, be careful when walking through the main dining hall, the floors are slippery/waxy.
I was referred to this place from a friend. I was out in Atlanta visiting from Texas for my 40th birthday. Me and a couple of friends decided to drop in for drinks and food before catching our flight out. Everything was good,from the inexpensive valet parking to the warm and inviting waitress to the food ,drinks and atmosphere. My only complaint was the fish. The fish was fried perfectly but had no flavor at all. It was like biting into water. We had the sushi and it was good, the seafood platter everything was good except the fish. We also had the New Orleans gumbo it was even flavorful. And to my surprise at the end of dinner the waitress came out with a beautifully decorated cheesecake they had written happy birthday in chocolate on the plate and had a candle. That really made the dinner feel special. Would I recommend this place? Yes I would my only problem would be season the fish season season season.
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