171 P Auburn Ave
Atlanta, GA 30303
Hours of Operation:
SUNDAY 10am to 11pm
MONDAY 11am to 10pm
TUESDAY 11am to 10pm
WEDNESDAY 11am to 12pm
THURSDAY 11am to 12pm
FRIDAY 11am to 1am
SATURDAY 11am to 1am
Atlanta's new premier seafood restaurant, located in the historical Auburn street area. Sweet Auburn Seafood features innovative menu items like Seafood Burger, Lobster Macaroni and Cheese, and an Award Winning Shrimp and Grits.
If you are a band inquiring about playing at Sweet Auburn Seafood, please send all material and links to Events@pgaston.com. Our Event Coordinator will then contact you about potentially being added on to our calendar for the upcoming months.
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Sweet Auburn Events
Live at 5 Wednesday
Includes $10 crab legs
Live Entertainment Thursdays
Thursday night marks the beginning of a jam packed weekend! Showcasing bands made popular throughout the Atlanta area, Sweet Auburn Seafood provides the melodic sounds of Jazz, R&B, and contemporary music. Allow the night’s live performance to serenade you and a guest while partaking in the dining room. Reserve a section near the band for an up close experience. Invite friends and family to enjoy the sweet sounds of skilled musicians and talented performers.
Sweet Auburn Seafood Saturday Brunch
Due to popular demand we have extended our Brunch Menu to include a two day experience! Saturday marks the beginning of our weekend Brunch presentation. Enjoy our award winning Shrimp and Grits, fried eggs over salmon and hash, or French toast embellished with vanilla and cognac cream. Sample legendary creations, familiar farmstead, and traditional sides. Accompanied with a mimosa or highly preferred cocktail, begin your Saturday the right way with Sweet Auburn Seafood.
Sweet Auburn Seafood Sunday Brunch
In an effort to cater to our high volume response, Brunch is now available on Saturday and Sundays. Saturday-Sunday Brunch is arguably the best menu Sweet Auburn Seafood has to offer. From 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM you are invited to engage in mouthwatering delights that have helped propel our restaurant to insurmountable heights. You are encouraged to reserve your spot, for guests come from near and far to take part in our early morning deliciousness. Book your reservation now for an after church engagement or early morning affair. We cannot wait to serve you.
The Sweet Auburn Historic District is a historic African-American neighborhood along and surrounding Auburn Avenue, east of Downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. The name Sweet Auburn was coined by John Wesley Dobbs, referring to the "richest Negro street in the world."
The first settlement here was on land formerly occupied by Union troops and was called Shermantown for many years. It developed quickly being near the Georgia Railroad and in 1879 was at the endpoint of a newly graded road called simply Boulevard, which led from the railroad to North Avenue near Ponce de Leon Avenue and Angier Springs.
The rise of Auburn Avenue as "the" black business district in Atlanta was to a great extent an outcome of the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot. Prior to this time black businesses operated largely in downtown Atlanta — a business district integrated as far as business ownership was concerned.
Sweet Auburn was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976. However, like so many other inner-city neighborhoods, Sweet Auburn fell victim to lack of investment, heavy, widespread crime, homelessness, and abandonment, compounded by construction of the Downtown Connector freeway that split it in two. In 1992 the National Trust for Historic Preservation recognized that it was one of America's 11 Most Endangered Historic Places and, in 2005, the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation included the area in its 2006 list of Places in Peril. The Historic District Development Corporation (HDDC) was formed to turn the trend around, starting with houses surrounding the birth home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and working outward. The city of Atlanta is currently building the Atlanta Streetcar, a line that creates a loop connecting the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site to downtown and the tourist attractions of Centennial Olympic Park. The streetcar with travel east along Edgewood Avenue and west along Auburn Ave.
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