The Low Down
Parking: There's a large parking lot behind the center and additional parking on Chelsea Boulevard, as well as complimentary valet parking.
Where to Sit: Pull up a stool at the raucous Oyster Bar, where professional shuckers break land-speed records to get the trays of bivalves out by the dozen.
The Extras: Private rooms are available for parties up to 50 people.
Happy Hour: Stop in Tue-Fri for discounted drinks and food. $2 off house wines and $1 off all well cocktails and beers. You can also try an entree of raw oysters or boiled shrimp for half the price. Also, catch your game on Monday night football happy hour from 5pm-9pm.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Seafood plucked straight from the Gulf in a casual Museum District restaurant.
by Contributor at Citysearch
This relaxed Chelsea Market seafood restaurant in the Montrose/Museum District area is adorned with family photos and area coastal maps. The food focuses on fresh local seafood and the signature garlic remoulade sauce of chef/owner Danâ¦
By edwardb188723112 at Citysearch
We are from Florida and were in town for the birth of my granddaughter. We chose Danton's at random and am I glad we did! I thought it was fantas... Read More
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Top Notch Seafood
By lwilrey at Citysearch
Great seafood and service, loved it and can't wait to go back. Read More
By gabe844 at Citysearch
the food was expensive and definitely not worth it. everything we ordered was void of taste the cesar salad no taste, pecan crusted chicken no tas... Read More