Marietta, GA (PRWEB) November 10, 2010
Beginning November 11, 2010 and running through November 22, 2010, The Marietta Fish Market, located at 3185 Canton Road, in Marietta, Georgia, is celebrating its second anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, the restaurant is offering some of its critically-acclaimed menu items at incredible discount prices (eg. 1½ Lbs. Whole Steamed Lobster Dinner for just $9.95).
Unlike most seafood restaurants that solely specialize in either simple, inexpensive dishes or more extravagant, gourmet entrées, the Marietta Fish Market offers neighbors and friends a wide range of selections. Patrons can enjoy everything from a traditional platter of fried shrimp and oysters with a glass of sweet iced tea, to a succulent lobster dinner accompanied by a glass of wine.
Owner Gus Tselios established the Marietta Fish Market in 2008, making it the latest in a series of four family-owned restaurants. Tselios opened his first restaurant, the Marietta Diner, in 1994. Serving guests twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, the Marietta Diner offers a vast array of menu choices and has become a favorite gathering spot for not only patrons in Marietta and surrounding communities, but also for visitors from around the country. The Marietta Diner and Marietta Fish Market are joined by Pasta Bella Family Grill and Cherokee Cattle Co. in comprising Tselios’ family of restaurants.
In addition to winning praise from patrons and food critiques alike, the Marietta Fish Market has hosted nationally renowned food critic and television host, Guy Fieri, who gave high marks to the restaurant and described the Marietta Fish Market as, “One of the most incredible spreads of food I’ve ever tasted or seen.”
Marietta Fish Market would like to thank everyone who has visited and contributed to the restaurant’s success over the last two years. As a show of appreciation, we are thrilled to offer guests the opportunity to enjoy our cuisine at special discount prices, and we look forward to continuing to serve our neighbors and friends in the years to come.