S2E24: Eating in Athens – Seabear Oyster Bar

Eating in Athens

eating in Athens

Our first stop of our eating in Athens tour was Seabear Oyster Bar, where we sat down with Chef Patrick, and his partner Peter, about the Athens dining scene.

We talked about what to eat in Athens, from the high-end dining spots to the greasy spoons. Of course, it took a little more prodding to get the low down on the college dining scene. I wanted to visit Athens because it is a fun college town. I loved our food at Seabear, but I wanted to pretend to be a college student for a few days! And Chef Patrick and Peter didn’t disappoint with their recommendations.

Chef Patrick also didn’t disappoint in the dishes he brought out for us to test out the Seabear menu. Taking traditional southern ingredients, and fusing them with international flair, with one of Seabear’s most popular dishes being their okra.

Thanks to both Chef Patrick and Peter for helping us out with their recommendations for eating in Athens!

What We Ate at Seabear Oyster Bar

Mentions on This Week’s Food Travel Podcast

How We Survived Our First US Road Trip: The story of the #USChowDown

What to Eat in Athens: Our recommendations for eating in Athens Georgia

Seabear: The Icelandic Band: Yes, we are mentioning an Icelandic band

Seabear Oyster Bar: The restaurant, not the Icelandic band

The Four Courseman: Chef Patrick’s pilot on the Cooking Channel

The National in Athens: Mediterranean cuisine in Athens Georgia

Roasted in Macon Georgia: Amazing sandwiches

The Branded Butcher: For great charcuterie

Pulaski Heights BBQ: Some of the best BBQ around Athens, and go for the burnt ends

The Grill: Late night dining, try the fries

Creature Comforts Beer: One of the favorite craft beers in Athens

Southern Breweing Company: The newest craft brewery in Athens

Terrapin Beer: The largest craft brewery in Athens

Second Self: Atlanta brewery, check out their Thai wheat beer, flavored with ginger and lemongrass

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