Seafood Restaurant Deals in Atlanta
Ordering steak at a restaurant sends a strong message to people--you have a healthy appetite, strong teeth, and are suffering from a potentially dangerous iron deficiency. Say it with steak with this Groupon. $9.99 for $20 Worth of Steaks, Seafood, and Drinks The menu includes a half-pound of beer-steamed peel-and-eat shrimp tossed in Old Bay seasoning ($6.99), chopped steak smothered with cheddar jack cheese, bell peppers, mushrooms, and onions ($8.99), and corn-dog nugget snacks ($5.99).
Feel warm island breezes waft over you, a kiss from the Caribbean right here in downtown Atlanta, when you visit Mangos Caribbean Restaurant. Bask in the glow of this offer and receive great service and authentic Caribbean dishes from the local eatery. Located in the very heart of downtown Atlanta, Mangos Caribbean Restaurant is the perfect mix of ambience, great service, and excellent Caribbean food. With delicious offers like Curry, Jerk, or Brown Stew Chicken; Red Snapper, Tilapia, and Kingfish; Curry Goat and Oxtails; plus scrumptious sides like Fried Plantains and Kalallo Pattie; you’ll be pleasantly befuddled, confused by the clearly Caribbean-flavored messages from your tongue contradicting your absolutely Atlanta locale.
Ordering steak at a restaurant sends a strong message to people—you have a healthy appetite and strong teeth and are suffering from a potentially dangerous iron deficiency. Say it with steak with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of steaks, seafood, and drinks for two or more $30 for $60 worth of steaks, seafood, and drinks for four or more On the dinner menu, entrees, such as the slow-cooked beef brisket or fried gulf shrimp, range from $14 to $19. An 8- or 12-ounce hand-cut steak is $18–$20. Whipped potatoes, grilled asparagus, and other savory sides ...
The makings of a solid night? Good grub, a strong cocktail (or three), and some dancing music. And the one place in Atlanta that consistently delivers on this good time trifecta is tapas-slinging, mojito-pouring, Latin-music-jamming crowd favorite, Loca Luna. Nestled back in Amsterdam Walk, this Midtown joint has been an ultimate party destination for 18 years. Touting nightly bachelorette parties and the occasional baby shower (maybe?), the restaurant caters to just about everyone. As a family friendly Latin eatery that morphs into an ultralounge when the clock strikes 11, there’s no other place in the city that does what Loca Luna does. But Loca Luna is about more than just the par-tay. They’re putting out consistently delicious small plates jam-packed with traditional Latin flavors—everything from a trilogy of tuna tartare (an insanely delicious play on ahi tuna done in 3 different styles) to Spanish style short ribs (I have four words: fall off the bone). And while the food may be the star of the show, the award for best supporting cocktail goes to the mojito, whether frozen, fresh, or filled to the brim with fruit. Topping off the evening is the music—Loca Luna is the unofficial home to Orquesta MaCuba, one of the nation’s top salsa bands, and with live music every night of the week, your hips will be swaying in no time. So skip the bar hopping. When you’ve got everything you need in one place, living la vida loca will be easier than you think. Menu Highlights: Calamari, $7.25 Red Snapper Ceviche, $7 Spanish Style Ribs, $6.50 Ahi Tuna Trilogy, $8.95 Seafood Paella, $23 Hours: Monday, CLOSED Tuesday, Kitchen 5:00pm – 10:00pm, Bar open 'til late Wednesday – Thursday, Kitchen 5:00pm – 11:00pm, Bar open 'til late Friday – Saturday, Kitchen 5:00pm – 12:30am, Bar open until 2:30am Sunday, 5 p.m. - 10 p.m., Bar open 'til late
Work toward advancing your career by enrolling in a professional-development program from Restaurant and Bar Industry Training on Auburn Avenue: $150 ($300 value) for a bartending or bar-and-restaurant-management training course $225 ($450 value) for a management training course Certification granted to students who pass the final examThe bartending training course includes 40 hours of training on basic chef and kitchen management training, code enforcement, inventory tracking, and more. The bar-and-restaurant-management training course includes 40 hours of training on waiting tables, bartending, hospitality, code enforcement, cleanliness, and more. The management training course covers the content of both the Front of the House and Back of the House programs.
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