Atlanta Fish Market

Even in restless Buckhead, it's good to know that Atlanta Fish Market has stayed its consistent course. The dining room is just as spacious and bright as you remember it from the '90s. Only now, the ladies eating in tweed St. John jackets sit next to a group in rocker tees and cargo shorts. Not that any of that matters when servers drop off sweet and spicy calamari because your table will still feel like the only one in the place. Hong Kong-style halibut (a sweet soy-topped catch atop a rice bowl) is as delicious as you recall. Huge fried platters of scallops and shrimp remain golden perfection, too. From swordfish and fresh sushi to expertly seared steak, Atlanta Fish Market plays the role of fancy-ish seafood stalwart wonderfully.