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1106 Crescent Ave NE, Atlanta, GA | Directions   30309

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Fri-Sat: 5pm-11pm, 11am-3pm, Sun-Thu: 5pm-10pm, 11am-3pm

Seafood, Restaurants  more

Neighborhoods: Northeast, Midtown, Northeast


Reviews for Lure

Who says a delicious seafood dinner needs to be ocean-adjacent? Atlantans may not have a beach nearby, but the latest from Fifth Groupis serving up delights from the deep blue sea direct to your table. Visitors to the space that previously housed Vickery's will be surprised by the new look, but the real draw here is Ecco vet, Chef David Bradley's out-of-the-box take on seafood. Menu highlights include tom yum bisque, a seared scallop crudo with sugar snap peas, and head-on whole georgia rainbow trout. A shochu menu adds some extra punch to the bar menu, and an array of oysters rounds out the bill.

Fun, modern seafood restaurant just steps away from Peachtree Street. Inspired by Buford Highway & Vietnam, the octopus and pork lettuce wraps are a must try

over a year ago

At Lure, the main attraction is the best seafood in ATL, and its freshness makes such a difference in mouth feel giving it that just off the boat taste. The raw shellfish offering typically consists of magnificent East Coast oysters - which are known for their salinity and opulent flavors, plump quahog clams, and just maybe the sweet yet succulent highly rich in omega-3 Taylor Bay Scallops from Buzzards Bay in Massachusetts; have fun exploring the uniqueness’s of these luscious morsels by choosing some of whatever’s available. If raw is not your thing, Lure has some amazing fruits of the sea appetizers to tease and please the appetite. The Smoked Scallop Crudo are thinly sliced scallops from Georges Bank that are briefly cold smoked with olive wood which adds depth to the rich buttery flavors of these delectable delights. The other smoked offering is the Seafood Platter whose presentation is somewhat like a charcuterie but instead a potpourri of Neptune’s delights with Atlantic salmon, bluefish, and rainbow trout pâté that beckons a glass of William Fevre Espino with its rich citrusy fruit and palate coating creaminess – this makes for one awesome insatiable pairing.

The small plates are meant for sharing, but after the first bite you might not be in the mood to share. The boquerones are slivers of marinated Spanish anchovies that are served on manchego toast points with a dab of sautéed sweet onions- it’s a yum. If fried is your thing both the Rhode Island Calamari and the Ipswich Clam Bellies will satisfy any New Englanders craving for a taste of home, these crispy tender delights are full of ''le goût de la mer''- the taste of the sea. There’s the “make it yourself “ wrap of grilled octopus and pulled pork that’s been marinated in a housemade Vietnamese fish sauce, mixed Asian herbs, and is served with a spicy nuoc cham sauce that you fold into bibb lettuce leaves making each bite a hands-on thrilling adventure. The dish not to be missed is the grilled whole rainbow trout from the Bramlett’s fish farm in North Georgia. The way this pristine fish is prepared is what dreams are made. The head on trout is stuffed with fresh thyme, tarragon, and lemon then grilled perfectly giving it a nice char finish and topped with a sweet and tangy muscadine butter – picture perfect presentation with the flavors are simply unforgettable.

When you think its time to pull in your line, leave room for that one last bite, as the desserts are as satisfying as the other menu catches. The delectable guava and coconut bread pudding that’s topped with roasted hazelnuts and a creamy vanilla custard- like crème anglaise will surely help reset your sweet dream button. Lure with its top-notch wait staff is ready to assist anytime to cast your line to hook up with the freshest seafood in Atlanta.


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