I could not believe my eyes when I saw the Maitre D. A real, live Maitre D. I thought they were a thing of the past, but C&S has kept tradition alive not only with their staff, but with their quality and excellence on the menu as well as customer service.
C & S Seafood & Oyster Bar
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- General Info:
- Seafood and Oyster Bar
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards, amex, mastercard, visa, discover
- Riverview Village I & II
C & S Oyster Bar
C&S Seafood and Oyster Bar
- Seafood Restaurants, Fish & Seafood Markets, Steak Houses, French Restaurants, Creole & Cajun Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Free
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Southern, French, Steakhouse, European, Seafood, Continental, Cajun & Creole
Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Above Average
06/11/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Tried it for the third time and have finally found the secret to having a great time at C&S. Rule #1 Sit at the bar. Rule #2 Order whatever you want, but only when you want it served. Rule #3 Let the beautiful and talented, Virginia, do her magic. She could be one of the best ""bartenders-at-a-restaurant"" in Atlanta.
12/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Attentive Service, Good Drinks, and offerings were diverse. Some menu items like the whipped potatoes had no flavor. The Chef forgot to put any sweetener whatsoever in the Cr?me Brulet desert. At the end of the evening we felt we had everything, except the actual seafood. My medallion of fish on the Prix Fix Sunday offering was less than two square inches. If you really want oysters or a normal portion expect to spend about $100 per person (including one or two drinks). Watch out for the mayonnaise on the rubbery greasy calamari. Thumbs down.
06/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
the oysters are good but i've tasted better in other places. the ambiance was nice, i got seated in a booth and was served immediately. i had high expectations because it is a seafood and oyster bar, but the food was just so and so. I'm giving it 3 stars for the service and the ambiance.
12/20/2009Provided by Citysearch -
With our recent move to Atlanta from South Carolina, I was thrilled to have an ""Oyster Bar"" in my area, as I have been eating seafood of every type imaginable since I was a child. My husband and I entered and were pleasantly surprised by the decor. It's ""swank"", I would say, and had a bar and booths which felt relaxed. Based on recommendations from reviews, as well as our own tastes, we had several things. The truffle fries as an appetizer were thin, crisp, covered with parmesan and reminiscent of truffle. These were by far the best dish of the evening. I had 2 dozen raw oysters of various types and they were so-so in quality. . .which disappointed me only because they were at least $2 each! We had the mussels in white wine sauce, which were HORRID. In fact, they smelled terrible and tasted foul, as in spoiled. We immediately sent them back, however could not get the spoiled taste out of our mouth for days. I had the tilapia cooked meniere style, which was terribly overcooked, dry, and somewhat fish-y in taste. All in all, my husband wanted to give this place only one star because along with this terribly unsatisfying meal was an exorbitant price tag. I'm not kidding you, this place is way overpriced, especially for this quality of preparation. I'm giving it two stars because the ambiance is nice as were the truffle chips. Steer clear from the seafood here, however. . .I can cook it better at home. . .and so can you.
We had dinner one Thursday evening in mid-September and it was great! The sea scallops were outstanding! The service was just the right touch - not to much, not too little. Overall a cozy setting with enough quiet that two people could talk and actually hear each other. Count on us returning.
06/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Had dinner Friday night at C and S for the first time. Pimm's Cup at the bar, wow! The calamari appetizer was literally the best I have ever had. My swordfish au pouivre was ok, but my friend's grilled shrimp with lemon buerre blanc and spinach was outstanding. Excellent service in an upscale atmosphere but still completely relaxed. I'll go again!
05/22/2009Provided by Citysearch -
my husband and I went for our anniversary and it was a great experience! We were greeted when we entered the restaurant with smiling faces and were seated very promptly. They had a wide variety of wines and fun mixed drinks. Service and food were both amazing!! We are calamari ""buffs"" and it was the best we have ever had!! We will definately be returning!!
05/21/2009Provided by Citysearch -
This has to be my favorite restaurant in Atlanta. After 4 different wonderful experiences, I have finally made the verdict. My husband and I absolutely love this restaurant. The appetizers are to die for, especially the calamari, homemade chips and tuna tartar.
My husband is a steak eater and swears they have the best steak in town. I only eat the fish. It is so fresh always and prepared in the best possible way. We are always greeted with a warm smile and our service has been nothing less than impeccable. It is so nice to go to a fancy restaurant and really be able to enjoy the dining experience and freindly staff, along with wonderful food. I just can't say enough good stuff about this place.....you HAVE to go check it out. They should put me on their payroll because I am telling everyone I see to go to C&S Oyster Bar!