Oysters & cocktails in swanky digs
Oyster Bar · CBD · $$
New York’s Grand Banks team returns to its NOLA roots with this CBD oyster bar serving locally sourced bivalves, caviar and other seafood-centric small plates alongside cleverly named cocktails and wine. Situated next to the Ace Hotel in a 19th-century Creole cottage, the bi-level space features stone walls, industrial lighting and swanky, marble-topped bars and tables.
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hours Open Today · 4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
location 630 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, USA phone +1 504-930-3071 website directions Get Directions
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Lovely patio and great oyster selection. Drinks were solid too. Friends loved the burger, the seafood roll (Seaworthy roll) was pretty good- although it wasn't quite chilled and it definitely wasn't hot, so not quite sure if that was the intent? Just wish they had explained the oysters choices better; 9 kinds without explanation meant full enjoyment was a bit elusive.
Brian Won · April 18, 2018
Great variety of local and east coast oysters. The entrees were also great. The grilled shrimp and crayfish roll (think lobster roll) were phenomenal. The whiskey cocktails including a sazarec based Louisiana one and the Old fashioned were well prepared. If you are in town and want oysters on the half shell or great seafood this place is a must.
Allen Brooks · April 10, 2018
My friends and I came here after a wedding in New Orleans. We had a banquet. The food I ordered was good, but I can’t say the same for the rest of our party. I got the blue crab toast, which was the highlight of the meal. Truthfully one of my favorite foods I had in this city. Everything else was okay. Two people in our party ordered burgers cooked well. They were served essentially raw to our guests. Not a good look. The staff did offer to cook them another, but it hardly mattered considering how slow the staff was. We were seated at 7:00 PM, served our drinks at 7:40 PM, had our first course at 8:30 PM second at 9:30 PM, and were served dessert at 10:15 PM. We left the restaurant at 10:30 PM to drink and celebrate the marriage of our friends. The restaurant ended up paying for all of our drinks, which was nice of them, but they only offered to do this after someone who lives and works here in the restaurant industry told them that this service was absolutely unacceptable. It really was bad service. They seems understaffed on a Saturday night and struggled to serve our banquet in prompt manner. I’m not giving up in this place though...I’ll definitely try it again the next time I’m in New Orleans because it has an excellent reputation. I’m sure we just ended up eating here on an off night—at least that’s what I’m hoping.
Jacob Thorington · April 3, 2018