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
Tuesday, August 1st to Saturday, September 30th
WHEN: Monday & Tuesday Evenings, 5:00PM-10:00PM
Extend your weekend by #GoingOverBoard at Oyster Bah on Monday and Tuesday Nights! Oyster Bah is offering special Alaskan King Crab and Maine Lobster dinners starting at 5:00PM for $43.95, plus tax (not including gratuity). Choose between Steamed Alaskan King Crab (1lb) or a Steamed Maine Lobster (1.5lb). Dinner will be served with boardwalk fries, coleslaw salad, garlic bread and drawn butter for dipping. This deal is only available on Monday and Tuesday, 5:00PM until close.
Space and supplies are limited so make sure to call and get your reservation at 773-248-3000.Read more
Monday, September 4th
WHEN: Monday, September 4, 2017
Sit back and relax the end of summer at Oyster Bah! This east coast hot spot will be offering the full Seaside's menu all day in addition to full Oyster Bah menu. Also, all guests receive a $10 Seaside's certificate for a future carry-out order! Oyster Bah will be open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., dinner from 3 p.m.- 10 p.m., and Happy Hour from 3p.m. - 6p.m.Read more
Wednesday, September 27th
WHEN: Wednesday, September 27, 2017; 6:30PM
Join us for a 4-course Ocean to Table dinner highlighting the freshness, quality, and taste of seafood. Learn about where our seafood is sourced while treating your body to a wholesome and healthy meal. All dishes will be prepared by Chef Donny and accompanied by wine pairings. Tickets can be purchased for $49.95 per person, plus tax (gratuity not included) through Night Out.Read more
Sunday, September 3rd
WHEN: Sunday, September 3, 2017
Calling all princesses (and their parents)! On Sunday, September 3, Oyster Bah is hosting a special brunch with sing-alongs, an over-the top-buffet, sweet treats and a special visit from two secret princesses. One princess will sing and the other will be face painting.
Our young princess guests will even have a special gift to take home that they will paint themselves. Get ready for food and fun, and don’t forget to wear your best princess costume.
The brunch spread includes: scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, salads, fresh fruit, pastries, fried chicken, mac and cheese, and much more, and costs $14.95 per child and $24.95 per adult plus tax (gratuity not included). The first seating begins at 10:30 a.m. with the performance starting at 11 a.m. Space is limited; reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at 773.248.3000.Read more
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