Visit the Royal Oyster House Bar, and enjoy this family-owned business complete with multiple variations of mouth-watering oysters.
Since 1910, Acme Oyster House has served “rawesome seafood with a side of fun.”
At Bourbon House, if it’s not in season then it’s not on the menu. In other words, fresh oysters all around!
For nearly four decades, Cooter Brown’s has served New Orleans’ Riverbend neighborhood with craft beer and succulent oysters that keep customers coming back for more.
Drago’s Seafood is best known for their “delicious, original Charbroiled Oyster!” It’s often imitated, but never duplicated.
For more than 70 years, Felix’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar has served New Orleans’ French Quarter with highest quality oysters NOLA has to offer.
When it comes to fresh, succulent seafood, Super Seafood is “just a streetcar ride away.”
Not only has Pêche been named the best new seafood restaurant around, it’s home to one of the best chef’s in the South!
Pascal’s Manale Restaurant may be the home of the original bbq shrimp, but their Rockefeller and Bienville oysters are nothing to play with.
Go ahead and “indulge in the tradition” with NOLA’s Galatoire’s Restaurant.