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C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar

3300 Cobb Pkwy. (Paces Mill Rd.) Send to Phone
Seafood reigns supreme at C & S, but there are steaks on the menu, too.


Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly

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C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar, Atlanta, GA

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C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar Restaurant Review

: General manager Rich Clark and executive chef Jon Schwenk's restaurant occupies a large space in a basic suburban grocery store mall, but it is stylishly designed. Specializing in seafood, C & S offers both styles of clam chowder, including Manhattan, a rarity in the Atlanta area. Start with a raft of fresh oysters; we skip the cocktail sauce and mignonette and complement them with simple lemon. Choose any one of several styles for your fish, from grilled to broiled to meunière. Fried seafood, the Southern favorite, merits its own special section of offerings. Patrons may compose the contents of a seafood platter, its elements then fried to order. C & S purveys some first-rate steaks as well, from beef dry-aged on the premises. For dessert, get any of the local-artisan High Road ice cream flavors or perhaps opt for the lovely Key lime tart. The wine list is serviceable, and offers a good number of rosés from a variety of sources. Whites and reds by the glass include many that pair well with seafood, such as a Muscadet and a Sancerre, plus several Pinot Noirs.

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