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The Oceanaire Seafood Room Restaurant Review: The designers of Atlanta’s Oceanaire Seafood Room created a space that feels like it belongs on a huge ocean liner. A deep marine-blue ceiling lays an aquatic ambience over all. For oyster lovers, this is paradise. Myriad oyster sources range from Washington State and British Columbia to the east coast. Besides oysters, the seafood tower also holds Maine lobster and queen crab legs with appropriate sauces. Fresh fish choices flown in daily are indicated at the top of the menu by check marks, and they may be prepared any way one wishes. Steamed mussels are properly plump and sweet. Those who abjure seafood have several steak choices plus chicken and a pork chop option. The house-made vanilla-flecked crème brûlée presented in a mini size was substantially overcooked on our last visit, coming off as dry and flavorless, but mango sorbet has always won our palate's heart. The extensive wine list provides lots of good choices with this food, with the best whites to be found in the “Other Whites“ section, while a good line-up of Pinot Noir optimizes the red wine choices for fish and seafood.