Finding the Best Oyster Bars in Las Vegas
If you’re looking for the best oyster bar in Las Vegas, we've got you covered. Living in Las Vegas, you’ll notice that there is a lot of emphasis placed on the gambling and entertainment aspect, but it’s not the only thing that makes this city unique and unforgettable. Beyond the lights and the fun, there are plenty of restaurants and cuisines worth exploring.
If you're a fan of oysters, you're in luck because this is one of the top delicacies that you can enjoy in abundance in Sin City. Below is our rundown of the best oyster restaurants in Las Vegas.
1. Oyster Bar at Red Rock
If you’re ready to dive in deep when it comes to the seafood, The Oyster Bar is one of the best oyster bars in Las Vegas just for that. We might be biased, but we’re positive that you’ll agree with us the moment you sit down. Located inside Red Rock Casino, The Oyster Bar offers 25 different types of fish on the menu and so many varieties of oysters you're sure to find one that will satisfy your taste buds.
The bar here has an intimate 13-seat environment so you can enjoy their amazing pan roast while enjoying the space. But don't just have your meal by itself, wash it down with one of our award-winning wines from our pairing list that compliments the menu.
The entire bar here has a European continental design that makes you feel as if you have been transported straight to the coast of Greece. Our beautiful space combines stone, wood, and earth tones to create an unforgettable ambiance for all.
2. Oyster Bar at Santa Fe Station
If you want an endless list of raw and cooked seafood then this bar is for you. The Oyster Bar at Santa Fe Station has an unmistakable Louisiana flavor to it, transporting you to New Orleans with every bite.
As a diner, you are free to order their gold band oysters either by the dozen or half dozen. However, this isn’t the only way that you can enjoy their delicious menu. Indulge in specialty varieties, switched up daily, assuring they’re always fresh. In addition to the freshness, the Oyster Bar serves up the best pan fried seafood dishes you’ll find. This creamy pan roast is filled with tomatoes and brandy and is delicious with just about any type of seafood you want to order. Check out this prime spot in the city.
3. Brigg's Oyster Co.
Head out to the west side of town and go to Briggs Oysters Co. If you're not looking to drop a lot of cash, Briggs is your bar, famously known for its $1 oyster specials. But there’s so much more to their menu. If you like shrimp or lobster mac and cheese, they have them both. Good luck making that decision.
And for those who still don’t know what to order, sushi is available as well. Whether you’re looking to have a date night out on the town or simply want to enjoy your meal at home, watching your favorite show, Briggs have options for both.
4. The Legends Oyster Bar and Grill
If you’re ready to go on a culinary journey, then The Legends Oyster Bar and Grill is a perfect place to start. There's a wide selection of quality dishes available, filled with flavor and some of the best oysters around. Try their pan roasted menu items, roasted with tomato cream sauce, lobster, shrimp, and crab, all of which are served over rice.
If you love gumbo then this is also the place to be. Their gumbo is exceptional and it is loaded with crawfish, shrimp clams, and even chicken. Of course, if oysters are what's high on your agenda then you can also add this to your order. There are chilled oysters on half-shells and several other raw seafood dishes available.
5. Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar
Shucks Tavern & Oyster Bar is dimly lit and it creates a kind of romantic ambiance vibe for dinner. The bar is open 24 hours a day and it is one of the must-stop places when you are in Las Vegas, or even if you live here. As a 24 hour bar and restaurant, there are plenty of slot machines available, so you can game as you chow down on their delicious seafood items.
But did we mention the oysters? You can get oysters on the half shell or you can build a platter if you prefer. Build your platter with your favorite items. Shrimp, ceviche, your favorite oyster variety, the list is endless. If oysters aren’t your thing, there’s lobster shooters, friend lobster fingers, burgers, wings and even pasta available. Something for everyone at the table.
5. Oyster Bar at Sunset Station
If you want Louisiana-style seafood, the Oyster Bar at Sunset Station is another great option. Sit next to the open aired kitchen and enjoy a peek at the Chefs while they prepare your dishes to perfection. Pick your poison when it comes to spice level, whether it’s on your entree or your oysters by the half dozen.
In Las Vegas when it comes to seafood, there are many wonderful bars around that can cater to just about any style and taste that you may have for your meal. And not just any seafood, but some of the best oysters you can find.
Choose your style and your favorite part of town, and satisfy your cravings for seafood and shellfish. Start your seafood tour at The Oyster Bar at Red Rock. We can’t wait to hear what your favorite location is.