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Watershed on Peachtree Restaurant Review: Watershed on Peachtree’s menu follows the farm-to-table path, roaming the South and showcasing dishes and flavors from many of its regions. But there are other tastes as well, such as in the Thai curried flounder and beef Stroganoff. Bar snacks are well designed to accompany drinks, and we especially like the meatballs in tomato sauce, although they're a little too spicy for most wine, and the deviled eggs. Roasted oysters are cooked just enough, resulting in a bright oyster taste almost as if they were raw. The bone-in pork chop has promise, but when we had it, it had been brined too long, so wound up overly salty. Its companion collard greens are seasoned with bacon jam, an inspired pairing. Fried chicken night is back, only it's now on Wednesdays and served family-style. For dessert, the chocolate cake in a jar is a whole lovin’ spoonful of goodness. The wine list offers many satisfying choices that complement the food, including a good number by the glass. At brunch, the cocktails, in a section called "Hair of the Dog," are all classics, from Bloody Marys to mimosas and Champagne cocktails.