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Went on a Wednesday night for dinner with a friend. Started with a dozen oysters: half from Martha's Vineyard; half from Hollywood MD to start. Loved the mignonette. Shared a number of small plates after that: Snapper Tartare, Yellow Fin Tuna Wraps, & Fried Calamari. All were good. The Yellow Fin Tuna Wraps were the stand-out. Fantastic. Light and flavorful. Would highly recommend. The Snapper Tartar was also delicious. The Calamari was okay - - nothing to write home about and definitely not in the same league as the two other dishes. Will definitely dine at Bully Boy again. There are plenty of more dishes on the menu that I'd like to try. MoreOpenTable Diner -
My family came in 15 minutes earlier than what we were schedule for, but when we got there we were told that for Mothers Day they weren't accepting reservations; even though there was no issue with scheduling. There were tables available, but because we were 15 minutes early they told us that we had to sit and wait for our scheduled time (even though they're not taking reservations). I asked why OpenTable text me to confirm, and the hostess didn't have an answer so she hurried and sat us. Our waitress was very nice, and she did her job without any issues; even with the issues that we had with our food. My Ribs were nothing but fat, but aside from that it was freezing cold. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Discover Old Fourth Ward
In Old Fourth Ward, people can pick from a respectable selection of bistros, diners, and formal restaurants. Innovative fusion is the thing here, and homestyle Southern ingredients are blended creatively into anything from Asian fusion to tapas. This neighborhood has attracted some world-class culinary talent, so you can discover some excellent food options. In any number of restaurants here, you'll have the option of ordering Georgia cornbread, a regional favorite that goes well with any meal. Try a steaming plate of shrimp and grits, chicken and dumplings, or fried chicken. To satisfy your sweet tooth, have some peach cobbler or pecan pie.