Lincoln Park's Seafood Destination
Sister to Shaw’s Crab House, Oyster Bah is an East Coast-inspired seafood restaurant located in the heart of Lincoln Park. With nautical themed decor, Oyster Bah boasts all things fresh seafood with an influence that’s anchored in New England. Diners can enjoy a dynamic oyster program pulling from both East and West coasts, fish sourced from all over the world, and a solid mix of classic and unique seafood dishes like Clam Stuffies, Crispy One-Sided Snapper and even a grilled onion loaded burger. Guests can savor a small selection of cocktails riffing on classic East libations, and their wine list is structured to perfectly complement the seafood. On the lower level of the restaurant is the Low Tide Lounge, a cozy basement bar serving food and craft cocktails off of an exclusive menu.
Oyster Bah - Chicago, IL
Chicago, Lincoln Park
1962 N. Halsted
Hours of Operation
Events & Promotions
Sunday, January 1st to Friday, March 31st
WHEN: Saturdays and Sundays, 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Oyster Bah is excited to announce its brand new weekend brunch. Every Saturday and Sunday from 10AM to 2PM, the restaurant will feature brunch specialties like Shrimp & Grits ($12.95) and Fried Oyster Benedict ($13.95) along with three different Frittatas (Slow-Roasted Ham & Cheddar, Smoked Trout, or Kale & Wild Mushroom). No brunch is complete without a drink from the Early Start Happy Hour menu. Try the Bad Seed Michelada made with Oyster Bah’s own house hot sauce ($5) or the Coastal Mimosa with vodka, amara, pineapple, blood orange, and rose ($6). On New Year’s Day and again on January 2 beginning at 11AM, diners can start the New Year off right with $2.17 Bloody Mary’s and Michelada’s.
To view the full weekend brunch menu, click here.Read more
Friday, March 3rd to Friday, April 14th
WHEN: Friday, March 3 - Friday, April 14, 2017
Oyster Bah has a Lenten special they’re ready to share with you. During lunch and dinner every Friday from March 10th through Good Friday on April 14th, the restaurant will be serving up a Portuguese-Style Fish Stew with Cod, Clams, Mussels, Smoked Potatoes, Red Pepper, and Shellfish Broth ($23.95).
The dish is a collaboration with fellow Lettuce Entertain You Chef, Aaron Martinez, from Intro, and it’s only available on Fridays during Lent so make your reservations now!Read more
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March 8, 2017
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January 12, 2017
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January 4, 2017
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