We are in town for a wedding, so glad we stopped excellent food, music and drinks. Great place to bring friends and family.
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This place is a hidden gem tucked away in a quiet shopping area off a busy highway... the patio is nice and quiet and so relaxing to sip your wine and drink your beer... the oysters are shucked well and cold... I had the naked...More
Two of us walked in at around 9:30pm (they close at 10pm). We were worried they wouldn't be able to accommodate us but the girl tending bar was very welcoming and told us we were fine! They were a little slow so she was also...More
It's a small but good menu with fresh seafood and oysters. It's a great addition this area of traditional restaurants. You can get a light meal or a full dinner. The chowder was deliscious but it's not really a Manhattan clam chowder. It was more...More
While staying in Sandy Springs for building, I previewed several write ups, and all seemed thumbs up for this fish house, so off we rambled. Disappointed we were not! Ku-pie-ya! We all hit a home run with this casual straight and forward fish joint. Close...More
Recently had dinner with friends at the Tin Can Fish and Oyster Bar. It is very casual and was not crowded on the night we dined. They have the requisite number of flat screens featuring various sports events and news. We shared a variety of...More
Nice surprise in Sandy Springs with well prepared fish and seafood selections. Coastal joint feel with nothing fancy. Service was good and not intrusive. Fresh oyster special on Thursday night a real value.
My husband and and I have been there around 4 times. Good seafood, reasonable prices. Right after we ordered, they seated a group of totally drunk latinos. Around twelve . They immediately ordered three pitchers of beer. They were totally loud and obnoxious. We asked...More