The Low Down
Know Before You Go: The restaurant doesn't take reservations and lines are often long, so patience is a virtue you'll need during the busiest times.
What to Drink: A short list of very affordable wines is available, as well as three draft beers: Guinness and a rotating pilsner and amber.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
When this diminutive homage to seafood first opened, there was but one table and 20 or so seats at the cheery marble dining bar. Overwhelmingly popular, it has since expanded into the storefront next door. For those who crave an excursionâ¦
Lunch service very friendly, and oysters were...
By parkhyein at Menuism
Lunch service very friendly, and oysters were great. The lobster roll, while huge and delicious, was $27 --... Read More
There's no wait on Friday night at 10:15.
By Hayley at Menuism
There's no wait on Friday night at 10:15. Read More
The wait was almost an hour long but worthwhile.\r
By maya at Menuism
The wait was almost an hour long but worthwhile. This place is bustling and loud, but rightly so for an... Read More
By Kimberly G. at Judy's Book
I love Pearl Oyster Bar. The lobster rolls are FABULOUS and the fries are delcious and salty. I've also had the oyster roll which is great (thoug... Read More