Now that spring is winding down and summer is right around the corner, there is no better time to indulge in food celebrations in the forms of festivals and special events. One such culinary event to take note of is National Seafood Month that has officially begun and several Atlanta restaurants are celebrating deliciously. Take a look at the featured restaurants, as well as what culinary delights they are serving up! Serpas 659 Auburn Avenue Atlanta, GA 30312 404.688.0040 www.serpasrestaurant.com Start off your morning with a trip down the bayou and try Serpas's Creole omelet. Not your typical skillet eggs and veggies, this brunch favorite is filled with shrimp, crab, Andouille, onions, pepper and cheddar. A little bit of spice kicks off the morning right, and goes great with the famous Cat Scratch bloody Mary. Table & Main 1028 Canton Street Roswell, GA 30075 678.869.5178 www.tableandmain.com Mixing together Southern comforts with ocean waves, the grilled cobia with mashed potatoes summarizes Table & Main's cuisine. A tomato and leek compote and grilled asparagus emphasize the local produce of late spring. Catch it soon, because this heart-healthy dish will be gone with the season. CineBistro 1004 Town Boulevard Atlanta, GA 30319 404.333.0740 www.cobbcinebistro.com/brookhaven Nothing goes with the movies better than popcorn, but CineBistro's taking it to a new level with popcorn shrimp...literally! Crispy and tender rock shrimp are tossed with fresh tomato sauce and spicy lemon garlic aioli. The experience isn't complete without finding some fresh popcorn in the mix. Ri Ra Irish Pub 1080 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309 404.477.1700 www.rira.com/atlanta It's Irish, it's traditional. It's fish and chips lad! This Dublin-style crispy battered North Atlantic Haddock is the perfect summer drinking companion. Pair it with an ice cold Guinness and hand cut chips and lather on that creamy tartar sauce. Zocalo 187 10 th Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309 404.249.7576 www.richardsandoval.com/zocalo A specialty on Zocalo's menu, the achiote salmon adds a Mexican flair to the sea. The pan-seared fish is marinated with a mild spice-citrus and topped with chile morita sauce and a refreshing tomatillo-mango salsa. A sweet corn tamal and charro beans round out the dish. Ole! F&B 3630 Peachtree Road, NE. Atlanta, Georgia 30326 404.254.1797 www.fandbatl.com Nothing says summer like mussels! F&B Atlanta is throwing their spin on the French classic, Moules Mariniere, mussels steamed in garlic, shallots and tossed in a white wine broth. You'll be asking for some extra bread to finish off this delicious starter. Wahoo! Grille 1042 West College Avenue Decatur, GA 30030 404.373.3331 www.wahoogrilldecatur.com Fishing around for a good seafood restaurant in a land-locked city is hard, but Wahoo! Grille in Decatur is the perfect catch! The menu focuses on seafood and gives diners plenty of options, ranging from the signature Ahi Tuna, pan-seared rare and served with soy-ginger glaze, wasabi cream, mashed potatoes, and wakeme salad; or the famous Charleston Shrimp & Grits , sauteed and simmered in a spicy tomato cream sauce and served over creamy stone ground cheddar grits. Do' at the View 955 West Marietta Street Atlanta, GA 30318 404.541.9060 www.facebook.com/DoAtTheView Atlanta's first and only musically-inspired dining experience, Do at the View's maestro pizza offers those craving seafood something unique. Wild-caught shrimp harmonizes with garlic cream sauce, fresh spinach and Do's house blend of special cheeses to create a gourmet seafood-lovers pizza unlike any other. Enjoy on a crowded Friday and Saturday night and you may bust out in a rendition of "Under the Sea!" Village Tavern 11555 Rainwater Drive Alpharetta, GA 30009 770.777.6490 www.villagetavern.com Need ten reasons to eat salmon? Village Tavern can serve you a salmon with ten spices!