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Taylor Oyster Bar is the perfect place to meet and share world-class shellfish at happy hour or special occasions, as a pre-dinner appetizer or a late-night snack, or whenever you gather with family, friends, and colleagues. As far as we are concerned, any time is a good time to celebrate the oyster!
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Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service
Fresh fish delivered six days a week from their own seafood farm. Really, what more do you need to know?
We came without a reservation, since they don't take for less than 7 people. But we showed up at 8:30 and were seated at the...More
Great selection of oysters . Wine list very steep priced.
Ordered Raw scallops . Only one scallop almost not prepared/seasoned and therefore a bit overpriced in my opinion. Nice but expensive Sancerre .
Ok, yes it’s a bit pricey but when you take the cost out of the picture this is a top quality seafood establishment.
We stopped by around 4:30 and asked the shucker what was best that day, he recommended 2 certain types of oysters and...More
Enjoyed a pleasant pre-theatre meal here on a recent visit to Seattle. I felt quite comfortable on my own and was treated nicely by all the staff who served me or came by to check on my meal. The Arugula salad goes well with oysters...More
This is my second trip to this restaurant. The first time, I went with my husband and we had fresh oysters and the Dungeness crab. Everything was excellent, BUT I took my daughter last weekend because I LOVED the crab. They steam it and serve...More
Came here for a local Oyster experience and we found it here! Great location by the harbor and close to the downtown attractions. Oysters were great , and the CLAMS WERE AMAZING. (Ask for the white wine butter sauce). We didn’t know much about oysters...More
Came here for dinner on a Sunday night due to its high review on yelp and what a disappointment! The store is pretty small and isn’t busy at all but the servers were very unattentive. They told us to sit down anywhere and we had...More
Response from Roberta W | Reviewed this property |
Abalone is not consumed here was more common in Hawaii and California. National Fisheries (NOAA) have listed the species as endangered. Better to try goeduck which is local and is a giant clam that is difficult to get and... More
Abalone is not consumed here was more common in Hawaii and California. National Fisheries (NOAA) have listed the species as endangered. Better to try goeduck which is local and is a giant clam that is difficult to get and can be prepared in all kinds of interesting ways. A better place to try geoduck is City Fish Company in the Pike Street Market area.
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