The intimate 25-seat Oyster Bar at Santa Fe Station serves seafood favorites for dinner nightly.
The restaurant is designed to emulate the atmosphere of a modern coastal San Francisco Pier oyster bar, with a vibrant blue color scheme. There's a raw bar that showcases a rotating selection of fresh seafood, such as Alaskan king crab legs, colossal lobster tail, New Zealand mussels, littleneck clams, loup de mer, shrimp and a variety of oysters.
Favorite dishes include an assortment of pan roasts (creamy tomato stew cooked with fresh seafood and sautéed with a hint of brandy), gumbo, clam chowder, cioppino, seafood jambalaya and fresh oysters on the half shell.
Specialty dishes include fish and chips, New England lobster roll, mac and cheese (sharp cheddar cheese sauce with options to add lobster, or shrimp, crab and lobster combo), chilled mussels, King Cake (a Mardi Gras tradition, flown in daily from Haydel's Bakery, Chef Megan Estoup's favorite childhood bakery in New Orleans) and monkey bread pudding.
The Oyster Bar also offers an array of beverages such as classic New Orleans cocktails, and a collection of Louisiana, Belgium and California craft beers.