1051 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309
The Steamhouse Lounge
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
Really dope bar with great weekly deals. My God sister took me to this place and I am forever indebted to her. This place is a hidden gem located in the heart of midtown they offer $7 Parmesean Oysters ���� Life doesn't get better than that..... But wait it does add $4 wine every Wednesday..easy to love this place..
This is one of my go to spots when in doubt.. I always suggest this spot to any and everyone.. Its the first place I mention to friends to meet me for dinner and drinks.. I'm obsessed with their lobster roll that they serve on warm toasted bread with melted butter... The drinks are amazing and the price is always budget friendly..
I've been going here for ov er 15 years for the lobster bisque..never disappointed and always tastes the same. Also have a great bloody mary!
10/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Steamhouse has the best Lobster Bisque I have ever tasted. The oysters are ALWAYS outstanding, whether on the half shell or the wonderful fried oyster basket. Make sure you ask for Leigh. She has the reputation of being one of the best bartenders/waitresses in the Atlanta are. Be careful....she takes no crap off nobody!!!!
I loved their Buckhead location for years, but I am an even bigger fan of the new spot in Midtown. All the charm of the old place - but more much more room. The bisque is my favorite - and you can't go wrong with any of their specials (crab, oysters, etc). Prices are unbeatable. Bartenders are friendly and super-attentive. I suggest eating at the bar (Mary Helen is particularly nice).
This is a great place to go if you are ever in the ATL..Midtown is such a fun area, and Steamhouse manages to serve excellent seafood at more than reasonable prices. This is all served up in an inviting and laid-back environment. What a great place to kick back with friends/ family and enjoy delicious food.
And don't you dare visit Steamhouse without a bowl of that bisque....mmmmmmmm
09/18/2009Provided by Citysearch -
If you have not been to the Steamhouse Lounge since it moved to Midtown, you need to go check it out. They have lots more space but the same cool atmosphere and menu from the original in Buckhead. There are two levels and a huge back deck. Lots of TV for sports too.