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New Orleans inspired Bon Ton
BON TON
New Orleans inspired Bon Ton

Louisiana meets Vietnam with boiled or fried seafood, plus stiff cocktails & a playful atmosphere.

Inside midtown's Bon Ton
BON TON
Inside midtown's Bon Ton

The dining room feels like a 1979 time warp with loads of hipster attitude and a menu full of Big Easy staples infused with a touch of Vietnamese influence.

The fried oyster po'boy at Bon Ton in Midtown
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The fried oyster po'boy at Bon Ton in Midtown

Raw and chargrilled oysters, boiled seafood including crawfish, blue crab, jumbo shrimp or fried seafood including oysters, crawfish, catfish and cod, are among the offerings along with perfect po’boys served with Zapp’s chips and po’boy bread brought in from New Orleans’ famous Leidenheimer Baking Company

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Speaking of school, as a Tulane University graduate I know a thing or two about Crescent City cuisine and I can report that the good times are rolling on Myrtle Street in Midtown in the Sixth Ward at Bon Ton. The dining room feels like a 1979 time warp with loads of hipster attitude and a menu full of Big Easy staples infused with a touch of Vietnamese influence. Raw and chargrilled oysters, boiled seafood including crawfish, blue crab, jumbo shrimp or fried seafood including oysters, crawfish, catfish and cod, are among the offerings along with perfect po’boys served with Zapp’s chips and po’boy bread brought in from New Orleans’ famous Leidenheimer Baking Company.

And as you’d expect with any respectable homage to New Orleans they take their cocktails seriously with New Orleans signature classics such as the Sazerac (which is literally on tap), their Bon Ton Hurricane made with Jamaican rum and absinthe or their frozen slushie-style Frozen Ward Six Cup made with Cathead Vodka, Pimm’s, cucumber, fruit, ginger and lemon. This place is pure fun and original, and frankly fills a huge culinary void on the scene

Location

674 Myrtle St NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 996-6177

Website

bontonatl.com

Hours

Tues – Sat: 11am – 2am
Sun: 11am – 12am

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