The health and well-being of our staff and guests is always our top priority. Rest assured that we are taking all the proper precautions to keep everyone safe, including wearing masks and gloves, sanitizing all surfaces regularly, and washing our hands constantly. Additionally, all our tables are spaced to allow for social distancing.
The team has been trained on all CDC guidelines related to the pandemic and is being screened daily.
We do ask that our guests wear a mask when moving through the dining room and to avoid coming to Scout
altogether if feeling unwell. The great food and good times will still be here for you when you are better.
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: [Dinner] 5 PM to 9 PM
Thursday: [Dinner] 5 PM to 9 PM
Friday: [Dinner] 5 PM to 9 PM
Saturday: [Brunch] 11 AM to 2:30 PM / [Dinner] 3:30 PM to 9 PM
Sunday: [Brunch] 10 AM to 2:30 PM / [Dinner] 3:30 PM to 9 PM
Executive Chef Crystal Hoang: We’ve got a new Executive Chef! In case you missed it, Chef Crystal Hoang
has joined the Scout family to lead our culinary team! She has already added some incredible dishes to our
dinner menu that you do not want to miss. She brings a fresh energy, relentless passion and massive talent
to our already solid crew. Come by and see what the hype is about. You’ll be glad you did!
Brunch: We are now open for Sunday brunch service, beginning August 30th from 10 AM to 2:30 PM!
Chef Crystal has created an entirely new brunch menu that is guaranteed to leave the whole gang feelin’ good!
Indoor Dining: We are currently open 5 days a week, Wednesday through Sunday, for dinner service.
We have limited inside seating available in our dining room with social distancing measures in place.
Reservations are not mandatory, though encouraged, and can be made through OpenTable.
We cannot guarantee outside seating for reservations.
Outdoor Dining: We have limited patio seating available, with tables spaced to allow for social distancing.
We have also converted the upper lawn into a Base Camp, complete with tents and tables, for full-service dining. The lower lawn is open as well, if you want to bring your blanket and chairs and enjoy a Scout picnic!
All outdoor dining areas are seated on a first come, first serve basis.
To-Go Orders: Enjoy Scout at home! Your favorites are available for curbside pick-up, as well as limited delivery in Oakhurst. We’ll be taking orders from 5 PM to 9 PM! We are currently offering menus which can be viewed here. You can place a food-only order for pick-up or delivery by calling or logging on to ChowNow or GrubHub. For Wine, Beer and Spirits, please call the restaurant at (404) 496-6863 to place your order.
Pick-Up: Click here or call in your order at (404) 496-6863. Pay with a credit card over the phone.
Tell us the make, model & color of your vehicle. Pull up in the turnaround in front of the Solarium
and we'll bring out your order. Yep, you don't even have to leave the car!
Gift Cards: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the total amount you wish to purchase. We will e-mail
you an invoice. Once the invoice is paid, we will mail our gift card or deliver it if you live in Oakhurst.
Thank you for supporting us! We have the absolute best guests and it is truly a pleasure serving you all.
Like everyone, we are doing our best to adapt to this ever-changing world. We will continue to improve and
strive to provide something wonderful for our community. We deeply appreciate the incredible love and
understanding that you, our guests, continue to show us. Through everything, your support and goodwill
have sustained us and buoyed our spirits. Thank you, always, from the entire Scout family.
Eater Atlanta » December 27, 2017
"...and, there are plenty of new restaurants that opened this past year that improve their neighborhoods and make me wish I lived closer to them: Oakhurst's Scout, for instance..."
Zagat » December 3, 2017
"Taking advantage of some seriously stunning architecture — complete with an airy interior and lots of windows — Scout is the best example of the cozy Decatur neighborhood's revitalization; while still retaining its say-hi-to-the-neighbors charm, Oakhurst's revamped its core. Add to the gorgeous setting executive chef and partner Michael Semancik's New American cuisine, presented on a menu designed to encourage sharing and tasting, and you've got a winner. "
Thrillist » November 13, 2017
"It’s located inside a former Old Scottish Rite Hospital, and charges itself with a sense of duty akin to the meaning of its name... but in terms of food and not all that tying knots, reading compasses, and opening things with Swiss Army knives. Executive chef Michael Semancik, who worked with chefs Kevin Rathbun and Jay Swift before either had their own restaurants, leads the mission from the airy, naturally lit historic space. The kitchen puts out shareable snacks like split smoked chicken wings, Western-style beef jerky (basically teriyaki), and PBR-battered cauliflower, as well as regional entrees such as bowls of Georgia red shrimp Creole, and cast-iron tasso ham-crusted red fish. The drinks, courtesy of ATL barman Nate Shuman from the P’cheen days, are also expertly made. "
Eater Atlanta » December 9, 2016
"Chris Martha, chef Michael Semancik, and beverage director Nate Shuman, who have all spent time at The Georgian Terrace hotel, are reuniting at Scout. Semancik will serve modern Southern cuisine, but he’s steering clear of typical comfort food. Shuman wants to pour 'a great version of your favorite drink — whether it’s a cocktail original to our restaurant or a classic that anyone could make at home.'"
MyAJC.com » June 15, 2016
"Southern cuisine restaurant Scout has named an executive chef in advance of its opening in Oakhurst later this year. The move will reunite Michael Semancik, who will serve as both executive chef and partner, with operating partner Chris Martha. The two first worked together when Martha hired Semancik for his first sous chef position at South City Kitchen more than 20 years ago. Most recently, they collaborated as the directors of the food and beverage program at the Georgian Terrace hotel.”
Atlanta Magazine » April 5, 2016
"A new Southern-inspired restaurant called Scout will soon join staples like Steinbeck’s and Mezcalito’s in Oakhurst. The dinner and weekend brunch spot is the brainchild of Chris Martha, formerly of Proof & Provision and McCray’s West Village Tavern. Scheduled to open in late June, Scout replaces McGowan’s Oakhurst Pub and a section of the Solarium at Scottish Rite, and aims to serve 'food interpretive of Southern regional cooking but not just fried chicken or meatloaf,' Martha says."