Join us on Saturday, April 22nd at noon (until supplies last) for crawfish and
shrimp by the pound, plus Abita beer specials and live music on the patio!
$15 Crawfish•$16 Cajun Shrimp
$35 Combo Plate (Crawfish, Shrimp, Sausage, Corn & Potatoes)
Add Sausage and/or Corn & Potatoes for $5 each
Join Us for Happy Hour
Stop by for a bite & drink Monday through Friday from 5:00 to 6:30 PM!
Raw Oysters ($18 / dozen)•Chardonnay ($5)•Cabernet ($5)•Abita Amber ($3)
July 2020 // thrillist
Everything You Need To Know
About Outdoor Dining in Atlanta
"It's not quite the beach or even the inter-coastal, but Hugo’s has a spacious patio if
you're looking to enjoy some oysters. Raw gulf oysters are always available
as are chargrilled oysters with parmesan and garlic butter."
May 2020 // The Washington Post
Reopened Restaurants Reveal Dining’s ‘New Normal’:
Masked Waiters, E-Menus and Booth Divider
"This is what’s not normal about the dining scene this week in Georgia, Tennessee and
Alaska, where restaurants were given the go-ahead to resume serving patrons in-house,
weeks after the coronavirus shuttered eateries, from farm-to-table bistros to greasy-spoon
diners. But here’s what is: patrons settling into tables and booths, ordering the
“Summertime Setback” cocktail at Hugo’s Oyster Bar in Roswell, GA."
MAY 2020 // Boston Globe
State by State, Region by Region,
Patchwork Approach: Here’s What
Reopening the Economy Looks Like
"Georgia was among the first states to jump-start its economy, and Rich Clark was among those restaurateurs who welcomed back customers on April 27, the first day people could sit down to eat
and drink. Clark, who opened two of his three restaurants in the Atlanta area, recalled how the first
week was busy but the second week was slower. So far, Clark has hired back about 80 percent of
employees at his high-end seafood restaurants, which include Hugo’s Oyster Bar."
January 2020 // Eater Atlanta
Where to Head for Oyster Happy Hour Around Atlanta
"Indulge in $5 oyster shots Monday through Friday from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM at this Roswell
oyster bar. Shots consist of Old Bay seasoned vodka and a chef’s choice oyster
mixed with bloody mary mix and a squeeze of lemon."
November 2019 // Thrillist
The Best Brunches in Atlanta Right Now
"Hugo’s is owned by the C&S Seafood team, so you can’t go wrong with a crab cake or crawfish
étouffée benedict, or the shrimp and parmesan truffle grits. Their french toast comes with vanilla gelato, praline bacon, and prayers for your blood sugar levels, which may or may not mean you
should order the Holy Trinity fried potato hash as a side. Then of course end with
bite-sized triangle beignets, which look smaller than they taste."
February 2019 // Atlanta journal-constitution
15 metro Atlanta Restaurants to Get Your Cajun food fix
"The Cajun seafood restaurant offers classics including po'boys, muffulettas and
Cajun-prepared seafood, as well as Sunday brunch dishes and drinks including
Eggs Sardou, oyster benedict, gin fizz and milk punch."
January 2019 // Fox 5 Atlanta
Burgers with Buck: Hugo’s Oyster Bar
"As the name implies, Hugo’s Oyster Bar in Roswell is a great place to go for fresh seafood.
They have also become known for their classic New Orleans Po’ Boys, steaks, salads and
desserts ... the notoriety of which is well deserved. The ½ Pound C.B.S. Burger,
named for the blend of chuck, brisket and short rib that make up the substantial
patty, is a menu staple at Hugo’s. It is popular and delicious."
August 2018 // opentable
Chargrilled, Wood Fired + Broiled:
11 Top Restaurants for Oysters
"These chargrilled oysters keep it on the real. They’re finished off with just parmesan, garlic
butter, and blackened spices. Warning: you will probably order a second round of them."
April 2018 // USA Today
Over-the-top Eggs Benedicts in Time for Easter
"In Roswell, GA, Hugo’s Oyster Bar serves a signature Hugo’s Benedict with French bread instead of
a traditional English muffin), boudin sausage, cheddar, fried oysters and holiday trinity hash."