Blu 57 is one of Andersonville’s more upscale restaurants, serving mainly steak and seafood with a Thai twist. The space is sleek and modern, but still manages to keep a neighborhood feel. Dishes that lean heavier on the thai flavors are your best bet, like the lobster tail with curried risotto and the sticky rice dessert. It’s BYOB, and if you are feeling on the fancier side, they offer a six course prix fixe menu for $85.
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