Grilling up steaks and seafood along the Chattahoochee River.
The Columbus Riverwalk is more than hiking, biking, and rafting. It is also home to delicious Southern cuisine.
Just steps from the Chattahoochee River and located at the corner of its namesake, you’ll find 11th and Bay. This husband and wife-owned restaurant is serving up hearty steaks, fresh seafood, and plenty of vibrant veggies with a Southern flair.
In addition to the mouthwatering food, the restaurant itself is an absolute beauty. Co-owner Michael Harrell says he and his wife fell in love with the building, an old warehouse, the moment they saw it.
“One of the first things that drew me in were the beams. It was all there. We didn’t change anything,” Harrell explains. “We took a corn broom, brushed everything off, sealed it and we opened a restaurant.”
The fully renovated now-former warehouse features exposed beams throughout, rustic hardwood floors, and tables made from repurposed wood found on site.
Host Molly McKinney joins Chef Harrell on the grill as he cooks up their signature espresso-rubbed NY strips and smoked catfish.
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