LOUISIANA FUSION

Henry’s Louisiana Grill’s award-winning cuisine combines the best of Chef Henry’s culinary background resulting in a fusion of authentic flavors, but we offer more than just the greatest Cajun, Creole or Southern food in Metro Atlanta. Chef’s generous plates are paired with a full bar, personable service and lively atmosphere that brings you straight to the Louisiana Bayou. We invite you to see for yourself and ‘Come Taste the Good Times!’™

Henry’s Louisiana Grill’s award-winning cuisine combines the best of Chef Henry’s culinary background resulting in a fusion of authentic flavors, but we offer more than just the greatest Cajun, Creole or Southern food in Metro Atlanta. Chef’s generous plates are paired with a full bar, personable service and lively atmosphere that brings you straight to the Louisiana Bayou. We invite you to see for yourself and ‘Come Taste the Good Times!’™

ABC People's Platelist Clip

Chef Henry was named “Favorite Local Chef in America” by ABC. Watch Chef tell some stories about his own culinary background, make a few of the restaurant’s specialty dishes, and greet the many guests who visit Henry’s every day.

Henry's Louisiana Grill features giant Cajun dish on 'Ginormous Food' show

Food Network’s Ginormous Food visits Henry’s Louisiana Grill to take on the Monster Po’ Boy, a 9-foot long version of this Cajun classic (topped with over 30 lbs of seafood)!

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Review: Henry's Louisiana Grill, Cobb

The Atlanta Food Critic makes it out to Acworth to try a few Henry’s classics and finds out exactly why the restaurant made the list of 20 Best Atlanta Restaurants to Visit in 2016.

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Mardi Gras Celebration at Henry's Louisiana Grill

Chef Henry joins Fox 5 Atlanta to talk a little bit about how Henry’s Louisiana Grill celebrates Mardi Gras – expect fresh king cake and plenty of beads.

CNN King Cake

Chef Henry Chandler of Henry’s Louisiana Grill demonstrates how to make a Mardi Gras king cake and details its history.

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Sunday Conversation with Henry Chandler

Chef Henry sits down with the Atlanta Journal Constitution to dive into his background, the restaurant’s history, and a farm-to-table competition he cooked for in New Orleans.

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Restaurant Report Card: Atlanta's Best Wings- 56 "U"; Henry's Louisiana Grill wins Golden Spatula Award

“We’re cooking it up hot this week on Restaurant Report Card at Henry’s Louisiana Grill. Cajun food is on the menu, and you know it’s delicious and made from scratch because Chef Henry himself was born and raised in Louisiana.”

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  • Won Tastiest Taste for Cajun Corn Dog, Taste of Marietta, April 2018
  • Recipient of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, June 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018
  • Participant at Good Eatin' Great Cause supporting SafePath Children's Advocacy Center, August 2011-2016
  • Named 20 Best Restaurants in Atlanta to visit in 2016, Atlanta Food Critic, January 2016
  • Voted Best Place to Take Out of Town Guests, Cobb Life Readers, January 2016
  • Voted Top 50 Restaurants in Atlanta, Yelp, June 2015
  • Recipient of a Sam Olens Business Community Service Award, Cobb Chamber, December 2014
  • Won Best Seafood for Louisiana Shrimp & Grits, Taste of Marietta, April 2014
  • Featured on Atlanta Eats, May 2013
  • Named Best All-Around Restaurant and Best Seafood Restaurant, Around Acworth Magazine, April 2013
  • Won Best Comfort Food for Louisiana Shrimp & Grits, Taste of Marietta, April 2013
  • Won Most Curb Appeal, Taste of Acworth, October 2011
  • Won Tastiest Taste for Popcorn Shrimp with Remoulade Taste of Marietta, April 2011
  • Recognized as a Community Partner, Georgia Transplant Foundation, 2011
  • Won Best Dessert for Bread Pudding, Taste of Acworth, October 2010
  • Won The Big Chicken award for Chicken Ooh La La, Taste of Marietta, April 2010
  • Chosen as Restaurant Member of the Year, Cobb Travel & Tourism, 2010
  • Won Finger Lickin' Good award for Popcorn Shrimp, Taste of Marietta, April 2006
  • Ooh La La named one of the Top 50 Dishes to Drive For, Atlanta Journal Constitution