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Two Girls One Shuck:
Traveling Oyster Bar
These mollusks are mobile! Becky Wasden’s crew of lovely lady shuckers serve bodacious bivalves at locations throughout the city with their onsite traveling oyster bar catering services.
2381 St. Claude Ave.
Serving up fresh, local seafood at the seafood stall and oyster bar of the St. Roch Market, Elysian Seafood features East and Gulf Coast oysters daily.
309 Bourbon Street
Remoulade and award-winning French 75 bar next door, serve ice cold raw oysters and 5 types of chargrilled oysters in addition to an exhaustive menu of traditional favorites.
144 Bourbon Street
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Bourbon House’s expansive dining room is the perfect place to sample some of the Coast’s best oysters.
5- Desire Oyster Bar
300 Bourbon Street (Royal Sonesta New Orleans)
This upbeat and casual restaurant located in the Royal Sonesta Hotel offers oysters raw, chargrilled, and “firecracker” style at their newly renovated oyster bar.
777 Bienville Street
(Royal Sonesta New Orleans)
In the Royal Sonesta Hotel, R’evolution presents imaginative reinterpretations of classic Creole and Cajun cuisine by Chefs John Folse & Rick Tramonto.
7- Drago’s Seafood Restaurant
2 Poydras Street
Located in the Hilton Riverside, Drago’s has been family owned and operated since 1969. Oysters are a way of life at Drago’s. In fact, oysters served in their restaurants are harvested by their own oystermen.
8- Red Fish
115 Bourbon Street
Located in a beautifully restored 19th century historic building, this casual eatery provides some of the best seafood the Gulf has to offer!
508 Toulouse Street
Located in the French Quarter, the New Orleans Creole Cookery boasts a spark of new-generation energy, presenting some of New Orleans’ most treasured cooking traditions in an innovative setting that speaks to the way people dine today.
601 Loyola Avenue
This CBD restaurant is built on fresh, local, sustainable seafood. Borgne’s menu is an homage to New Orleans classics with a nod to the Isleno influence of New Orleans.
800 Magazine Street
Focused on working with local fishermen and farmers, Pêche serves simply prepared contemporary dishes, rustic creations cooked on an open hearth, and Gulf fish and oysters.
UPTOWN / IRISH CHANNEL
16- Cooter Brown’s
Tavern and Oyster Bar
509 S. Carrollton Ave.
This sports bar in the heart of the Black Pearl has one of the neighborhood’s best oyster specials and offers new creations and classic favorites.
17- Tracey’s Original
Irish Channel Bar
2604 Magazine St
Located at the corner of 3rd Street and Magazine, Tracey’s offers a great neighborhood feel with food that locals love.
18- Superior Seafood
and Oyster Bar
4338 St Charles Ave
Situated on the St Charles Streetcar line in historic Uptown New Orleans, Superior offers authentic Louisiana seafood and Creole-inspired dishes.