Seafood Restaurants in Decatur

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There’s nothing political about a steak, even if it comes from a steakhouse run by the children of DeKalb County’s former tax commissioner and county commissioner. John-Thomas and Christopher Scott, owners of Parker’s on Ponce, envisioned their space as a cozy meeting place for everyone in the neighborhood. Mullioned windows surround their dining room, where servers deliver the restaurant’s signature dish, the 16-ounce kansas city strip, amid two stone-faced fireplaces and twinkling tabletop candles. So perfectly prepared is this steak—along with the 16-ounce rib eye, 10-ounce filet, and a 32-ounce porterhouse—that the eatery garnered a Diner’s Choice nod for best steaks on OpenTable.com. Southern-style classics receive upscale twists as evidenced by the Carolina trout, which comes adorned with a citrus beurre blanc and white-cheddar grits, as well as bone-in pork chops and salmon served with a salsa of pomegranate and barbecued mango. To accompany the rich fare, the Scotts and their staff have curated a lengthy wine selection, which ranges from Italian pinot grigio to a merlot squeezed from moon rocks. They are skilled in recommending craft and large-format beers from around the globe or one of 12 signature cocktails created with top-shelf liquors.

116 E Ponce De Leon Ave
Decatur,
GA
US

With six children of his own, Lawrence Shamsid-Deen already had a big family, but it got even bigger when he opened Supreme Fish Delight. That's because he views his customers as kin. Thousands of them have returned to the restaurant time and time again to take advantage of Lawrence's kitchen bunk beds and fried fish sandwiches, made with a choice of whiting, catfish, tilapia, croaker, or trout. He enhances the flavor of each filet by topping it with a scoop of tangy cole slaw, whose juices can be soaked up with the fries and hush puppies that come with every fish dinner.

2722 Wesley Chapel Rd
Decatur,
GA
US

At first glance, Harbour Bar and Fish House exudes the vibe of a private seaside residence, from the wraparound porch to the brick fireplace inside. But the venue shows its true colors as a bustling seafood restaurant when the outdoor bar opens and the kitchen fills with chefs preparing fresh fish, such as grilled Scottish salmon and red grouper, all caught without nets. Sea-blue walls and an airy dining space further evoke the ocean, urging patrons to fashion makeshift peg legs from the natural wood flooring. Diners can engage in friendly competition on the bocce-ball courts and enjoy performances from live musicians Thursday through Sunday.

129 Church St
Decatur,
GA
US

With six children of his own, Lawrence Shamsid-Deen already had a big family, but it got even bigger when he opened Supreme Fish Delight. That's because he views his customers as kin. Thousands of them have returned to the restaurant time and time again to take advantage of Lawrence's kitchen bunk beds and fried fish sandwiches, made with a choice of whiting, catfish, tilapia, croaker, or trout. He enhances the flavor of each filet by topping it with a scoop of tangy cole slaw, whose juices can be soaked up with the fries and hush puppies that come with every fish dinner.

1827 Columbia Dr
Decatur,
GA
US