- $30 worth of authentic Bayou dining and drinks at Broadway Oyster Bar
- Authentic Cajun/Creole fare
- View menu
- Sauce reader favorite
- Live entertainment nightly
- Historic, 150-year-old building
- Outdoor patio
- Fun, party atmosphere
- Dine-in only.
- Not valid with other offers.
- Must redeem in one visit.
Sauce magazine and Gayot both applaud Broadway Oyster Bar’s alluring ambience: > * You can’t fake atmosphere like this. In a building that dates to the 1820s, there’s a fireplace, a drafty door and vigorously uneven floors. The side patio is in the oeuvre of the House of Blues. Still, the kitchen puts out food that will satiate that itch to head for New Orleans. – Gayot > * All the ingredients combine to create a true St. Louis experience, even if they’re trying to transport you to the bayou. These qualities are genuine to Broadway Oyster Bar which is indeed one of the best beer gardens and indoor/outdoor dining establishments the city has to offer. – Steven Fitzpatrick Smith, Sauce
Citysearchers give Broadway Oyster Bar four stars, while Yelpers give it 4.5. TripAdvisors give it four owl eyes: > * I had oysters on the half shell and a fried oyster po’ boy. The food was excellent. The oysters were sweet and succulent. – jpap10, TripAdvisor
Broadway Oyster Bar
Though it sits squarely in St. Louis, Broadway Oyster Bar might as well inhabit New Orleans. Even from the outside, the 150-year-old building exudes the revelry of the French Quarter, as an art-deco neon sign emblazoned with music notes joins colorful string lanterns to form an illuminated invitation for patrons to come in and live a little. Of course, inside is where the Cajun atmosphere is most apparent, especially in whiffs of dishes named the favorite Cajun/creole cuisine of the Sauce Magazine readers’ poll every year since 2003. Chef Brad Hagen's acclaimed recipes include marinated alligator with homemade tartar sauce, shucked oysters topped with spinach cream sauce, and fresh-baked Gambino's bread filled with traditional po' boy fixings, such as fried catfish and shrimp. Feasts unfold in a cozy dining room or an open-air patio enclosed and heated in winter. There, local and national musicians grace the stage seven nights a week to play funk and blues tunes, just like Mom used to.
Downtown St. Louis
736 S Broadway
St. Louis, Missouri 63102Get Directions