Fresh Seafood in an elegant, casual garden atmosphere; located in Historic Oakhurst
Wahoo! Grill offers an eclectic menu of fresh seafood with a Southern flair in a cozy, rustic atmosphere. The knowledgeable, friendly staff delivers a warm, memorable experience.
The open kitchen creates a casual, interactive dining experience; through the french doors awaits a glass-walled dining room surrounded by an enchanting garden patio for intimate dining, gathering of friends and large parties... Our weekly events include food and drink specials, Monday charitable dinners and Sunday Brunch with live music. Visit Wahoo, your favorite fresh seafood restaurant!
Our weekly events include food and drink specials, Monday charitable dinners and Sunday Brunch with live music.
Visit Wahoo, your favorite fresh seafood restaurant!
I finally got around to visiting Wahoo Grill today for lunch. We were seated in the pretty, airy back area which I found very pleasant. The menu seemed a little ordinary to warrant the upscale... prices, but the burger I ordered, which came with a smattering of overcooked fries, was very good. The service, however, was not good at all. Most of the wait staff appeared to be more interested in chatting with each other than attending to the diners. When we finally told one of them we were ready to order, she said she would go get our server. When our server arrived, she made it a point to mention that we had apparently confused the other server with her. I don't generally go to a restaurant to be embarrassed by the staff, but whatever. The general inattentiveness continued for the rest of the meal. I would expect any somewhat upscale restaurant to train their wait staff much better than this. Considering the hype, I expected more.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Pam the owner accommodated about 30 of us from The Atlanta Running Meetup a couple of weeks ago on a Saturday morning for brunch. I made reservations with her about a week before, and we couldn't... have asked for better service. The food was fantastic, and the staff were professional and courteous. At one point Pam came over to our tables and asked if the temperature in the room was comfortable for us. Pam takes a great deal of pride in what she does, and it certainly shows. I highly recommend it.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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Wahoo has been one of my favorite places to go to in down town Decatur. The food is so worth the wait. I had the artic char and my wife had the tuna. Parking may be a little hard to find. A romantic atmosphere and pleasant dining experience. Price and quality of the food are well matched. We will be back!
Posted: 4/05/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Went at the end of January. Sat out on the patio and the portable heaters stopped working, very uncomfortable to need to eat with your jacket on. Service was average. The food was good, not great. We had a fairly large party so I was able to try several dishes. The most memorable was the salad. It had a very delicious light dressing.
Posted: 3/26/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
This place has great "atmosphere." Got together with some college friends there recently, and it was great. We ate outside in the back, and it was cozy with a beautiful setting with great service. A little pricy, but fun for a special occasion.
Posted: 12/10/2007 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Took my out of town parents here for dinner during a week night. Service was very good, food was very good, patio is magical. I had the dinner entree named after the restaurant, the wahoo, and I highly recommend it. Fish was perfectly cooked, seasoned and presented. Bread basket was really really good as well. I can't wait to return.
Posted: 8/07/2007 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Nice food - especially the Scallops - I ate there this weekend and it was nicely prepared. Portions are a little small - but outstanding wine selection. I would go back. Parking is really bad though. Service great! Fresh fish for Decatur.
Posted: 5/29/2007 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review