Peek The Menu For Ocean & Acre, Opening October 23 in Halcyon

Southern Proper Hospitality's new Alpharetta eatery 'mimics beautiful place where land meets the sea.'
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Southern Proper Hospitality later this week will open Ocean & Acre in Alpharetta.

Designed as a “modern farmhouse with the freshness of the sea,” Ocean & Acre will debut Wednesday, October 23, according to a press release Monday.

The new restaurant is located in Halcyon, Forsyth County’s new mixed-use village located at exit 12 off GA 400.

“Ocean & Acre celebrates the bounty of both local farm communities and coastal cultures,” Jose Monterrosa, the restaurant’s executive chef, said in the release.

Guests can expect a raw bar featuring a rotating selection of East and West Coast oysters sourced from Taylor’s Shellfish Farms, a variety of smoked seafood and meat dishes prepared on the restaurant’s Southern Pride smoker, and fresh-made pasta.

Examples of menu items include:

  • O&A seafood tower with oysters, jumbo prawns, king crab legs, striped bass ceviche, and clams
  • Bone marrow and snails with cream of clams and jalapeños
  • Seafood brodetto with lobster broth, prawns, scallops, clams, mussels and striped bass
  • Olive oil-poached halibut with acorn squash and turmeric soup and vegetable succotash
  • Roasted cauliflower with dried fruit polenta and raisin purée
  • Grilled bone-in rib-eye with garden chimichurri and frites
  • Oyster po’boy with tempura fried oysters and Cajun remoulade

Ocean & Acre’s bar program features a selection of beers, wines by the glass and bottle, mocktails and craft cocktails.

Scope the full menu below:

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Caleb J. Spivak

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