Like the perilous transatlantic voyages of yore, this massive EAV late-night watering hole from the MJQ gang took way longer than expected to complete (two years, to be exact). But the result is totally different: a beautiful merchant ship of a restaurant dishing out seasonal brew and everything from mini hot dogs to seasonal plates. And also unlike those voyages, there will very likely be women here
The 7500sqft space was once home to the East Atlanta Art and Antique Bazaar and is now three-levels worth of reclaimed wood tables and freight-ship-reminiscent caged light fixtures
There's also a pretty bitchin' mural of an owl on the third level that overlooks the space -- you know, checking out hoot's there
This classic Plancha Burger looks nice. And grilled pork belly and crispy fried chicken sammiches sound nice
This grilled branzino's served with roasted fingerlings, snow pea leaves, and red pepper fennel puree
And this brined pork chop is plated with creamed collards and baby beets, aka what Dre gives out at 1yr-olds' birthday parties
Pizzas like The Admiral (with fresh mozz, pepperoni, and cured chorizo) and the Red Curry (with ricotta and artichoke hearts) come out of this piping-hot wood-fired oven at the center of the space
Because Argosy wants you to focus on the moment, they've got 32 seasonal and limited-release brews on tap, like ABV-heavy Heavy Seas Siren Noire and Stoudt's Double IPA. And then there are refreshing 'tails like a gin/lavender syrup/lemon cup called The Navigator, despite being more likely to take you off course.