The oysters were really good, got the mixed variety of 12 oysters for $38, Gumbo was $19.00 and a bowl of brothy mussels with chorizo was $24.00. They give free bread and butter though! :)
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The food was good just pricey. Tried the oysters, were very good. Service is good and the cooks were really helpful.
I enjoyed the food here, with some exceptions that were mostly due to personal taste than anything else. The seafood seems to be as fresh as possible and they clearly know how to cook it. However, there was not much else here for me. The...More
Just finished up our snack, we had the oysters rockefeller, and the chowder, both absolutely amazing! Best chowder i have had, it's not your typical chowder it is fresh made to order with whole Manila clams it is so worth it and it is so...More
A restaurant that boasts oysters in their name better be good...and they are..succulent, ice cold, and briny. The mixed assortment is my favorite offering different tastes. Great location on the pier, very busy doing the dinner hours, but good customer flow. Highly recommend.
Just happened to walk by this place while visiting the Pier. Lucky us. Very busy, ended up sitting at one of the bars overlooking the cooking station. This is a great place to sit and watch the show. Had fresh oysters, real clam chowder made...More
Went there twice on a business trip based on a recommendation from friends. Both times were delightful. Service was prompt and attentive. Had all the oysters I could eat, tried the bourbon oyster Rockefeller, the po boy sandwich. Everything was tasty, oysters were a bit...More
We stopped by here about 630pm Saturday and waited in line to be seated for nearly an hour. Lots of large groups dining here. Oysters are a bit pricy, Chelsea Gem Washington $33 dozen and Kumamoto $38 dozen. We finished with a bowl of their...More