299 N. HIGHLAND AVE. N.E.
ATLANTA, GA. 30307

O—P—E—N

DINNER
Mon – Thu … 5 – 10 pm
Fri … 5 – 11 pm
Sat … 4 – 11 pm
Sun … 4 – 10 pm

LUNCH
Fri … 11:30 am – 4 pm

DONUT BRUNCH
Sat & Sun … 10:30 am – 2:30 pm

OYSTER HAPPY HOUR
Mon … 4 — 10 pm
Tue – Fri … 4 – 6 pm

LATE NIGHT
Fri – Sat … 11 pm – 2 am

TEL. 678 732-0360

The soft dusk air held promises of woodsmoke and swimsuits, and the old trees turned colors like they always did. The nearby Beltline flowed with slow joggers, handholding lovers, frustrated cyclists, dogs and kids running here and there. And at the Beetlecat oysterette, docked and open for business, you could hear the giddy laughter and practically taste the good things, the kind that filled hearts and made the night whole.

GOOD VIBRATIONS
Celebrate Labor Day with a 1960s backyard cookout featuring signature spam burger sandwiches, beer and punch specials, and live DJ beats. $25 per person includes Executive Chef Andrew Isabella’s menu and two drink tickets.

Purchase your tickets onboard, or Online today!

DONUTS IN THE DEN
BeetleCat welcomes aboard brunch! Every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., savor hot donuts, brunch staples from the griddle, and 70s-inspired boozy beverages. Seating is first-come, first-served for parties of seven or less. For groups of eight or more, reservations are encouraged. Preview menu.

Reservations: 678 732-0360 or Online

OYSTER HAPPY HOUR
Every week, Mondays 4 p.m. ’til close and Tuesday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.
Let’s get shuckin’!

AL FRESCO DINING
Double the patios, double the fun! The upstairs patio gets full sun in the afternoon—great for folks who love the sun. And the downstairs patio is in the shade, so even as we approach Atlanta’s blistering summer afternoons, you can sit outside and not have to bake.

“Esteban! Esteban! Esteban!”

“For the plate, get to the heart of what BeetleCat wants to be — an oysterette (a little clipper to its seafood-centric sister, the Optimist, on the westside) — with an order of oysters… I’m a sucker for octopus, and this tentacled creature of the sea was the best snack on the menu. ” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution