Hammerheads Seafood Restaurant Is Open in Suwanee

The newest addition to the dining scene is in the old Antigua building on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

No sign is left of the previous restaurant, Antigua, at the newly remodeled and renovated Hammerheads Seafood and Sports Grille in Suwanee. From a large bar in the center to flat-screen surrounding the restaurant, and the custom-made beer case, the restaurant (located at 415 Peachtree Indistrial Boulevard) has a fresh look that reflects its diverse menu and new atmosphere.

-- Have you tried Hammerhead yet? Tell us in the comments below.

According to General Manager Cheryl Lemm, Hammerheads opted not to do a grand opening. Instead, they are letting word of mouth do the work, and so far it has been working. Some of the more popular items, like the grouper, have sold out, and others, like the Smoked Fish Dip appetizer, are equally as popular.

The Smoked Fish Dip is made from marlin, typically a sportfish that rarely is eaten. At Hammerhead, it is made into a special recipe that is served with  jalepenos and crackers.

Not really a seafood person? That's OK, too. Hammerheads includes Prime Rib and chicken choices on their menu too.

Lemm has been very impressed with how the Suwanee community has embraced Hammerheads so far.

Hammerhead welcomes diners from from 11-midnight Monday-Thursday, 11am- 2am Friday and Saturday, and Noon-midnight on Sunday. The outdoor patio is scheduled to open in the fall.

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Todd Little July 11, 2012 at 11:06 AM
Great food and service!!!
Lori Manning July 13, 2012 at 09:11 PM
Welcome to the neighborhood.....Thanks for supporting our North Gwinnett Bulldogs!
Chucks Pap July 30, 2012 at 01:35 AM
Great food and atmosphere. Had most of what was reported above and all are great. Good luck and save me a seat!
Anonymous March 12, 2013 at 01:39 AM
The first thing I noticed when I walked in was the smell! And it wasn't a pleasant smell. The second thing I noticed was the lack of customers. There were, maybe, 4 other people in that...at lunch time. Those four people seemed to be regular at the bar. I got the shrimp basket...it was ok and my husband got the fried oysters...they were horrible. We also got the appetizer, crab stuffed mushrooms...again, not good. Our waitress came over maybe two times and only refilled our drinks at the end...once we were leaving. Our waitress came by so little that the bartender yelled from the bar, "ya''ll need anything?" The owner say over on the other side of the bar and never encouraged her staff to be more customer oriented. A few hours later, both my husband and I, were sick...coincidence? Maybe, but I can assure you I'll never go back!!!


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