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Two Stars for Noble Fin, Jay Swift’s OTP Seafood House

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Outside the main entrance at Noble Fin.
Noble Fin.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution food editor Ligaya Figueras reviews Noble Fin in Peachtree Corners. Figueras gives Jay Swift’s seafood restaurant a “very good” rating of two out of four stars. She says it’s a welcome addition to the northern suburb, but intown residents needn’t make the trip.

I’ve tried to avoid skirmishes that pit intown Atlantans against those who live outside I-285 by pointing out elements that make an establishment appealing to diners, no matter their zip code or that of the restaurant. I’m having a hard time doing so with Noble Fin. ... You live intown and already have a go-to place for high-quality fish and seafood? Don’t worry about making the haul out to Peachtree Corners. But neighbors of Noble Fin should check out the new kid on the block.

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