So simple, yet so delicious, mussels are a great way to warm up this winter.
The new addition means you won't have to fight for a seat like before - good news, because now it's easier to score tastes from the excellent beer list. Food recommendation: the insane cashew butter, fig jam, and raclette cheese sandwich.
The Gage offers dishes that are classics with a sense of whimsy. Try the Scotch eggs! There's also an exceptional cocktail program, so make sure to peruse a menu.
Cozy fireplaces and a nice drink selection make this a popular neighborhood spot.
This place can do no wrong - great beer and oysters and brunch. Also try: mussels, fish stews, and roasted chicken.
Great beer selection and mussels make this a solid neighborhood resto.
Housemade hot sauces and mignonettes nicely complement East and West coast oysters. Also try: tomato-laced mussels and clam chowder.
A solid whiskey list (including Scotch from India) and a menu of comfort foods means this Andersonville restaurant always attracts a crowd.
The beauty of Fish Bar is that preparations are simple - including oysters, which are stripped down to the basics: bivalve, mignonette, lemon. Also try: mussels cooked with rosemary and white wine and the crab gumbo. Plus - key lime pie!
British-inspired dishes like shepherd's pie, tikka masala, and fish and chips mingle with burgers, mussels, and mac and cheese.
Belgian-inspired dishes, like charcuterie, frites—and mussels made with blue cheese and sriracha.