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Face masks required for staff in public areas
Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Updated 14/07/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
All reviews stuffed shrimp oysters crab legs fish dip cakes cheeseburger peel and eat shrimp honor system raw bar indian pass keep track self service laid back pour your own no frills cold beer half shell
Fun, casual atmosphere. We enjoyed the stuffed shrimp and raw oysters. The oysters were the best I have eaten. They were fresh, tender and a slight sweet/buttery taste. Indian Pass Raw Bar also had a dj for music in their outside area.
Great for families as they have a huge waiting area with games and plenty of seating: your kids play while you serve yourself the best local draft beers.
Oysters are huge which seems typical for this area with great preparation options. Peel and eat shrimp...are great. Gumbo pretty good.
Service is very good.
Locals and frequent flyers hang out here and they are very friendly to tourists.More
Long wait, but the food was good. The drinks were serve yourself out of cooler which would add up pretty quick since no refils and when the check came it showed. The food was fresh and there was live entertainment. Wish there were more choices...for sides to go with meal.More
never heard of a raw bar till I ate at the Indian pass raw bar. Man the food was awesome. Service was awesome. Did I say the food was awesome. Had raw, chargrilled oysters, crab legs, and boiled shrimp. Oh man what a treat. Raw...bar as I understood had been in his family for generations. They sure know what they doing there for sure. Will definitely be back there to get my fill of delicious food.More
We like this place, and would give it a 5 star, but being a self serve it is hard to give it a 5. However the self serve is what makes it unique with a honor bar for beer and soda, including tap. This place...has been here since 1929. It’s simply oysters or shrimp, with a few American items. Go here for the oysters, steamed, baked or raw - or the steamed shrimp.More
The attitude of the employee with dark hair and glasses was terrible today...sat inside until we froze at the counter and ask to go outside to eat and was told no available tables...I just looked and there was 2.
So we tried to stand and...eat outside at the bar and was told we couldn't do that...there was 2 tables available so we sat at one...the same one that was empty for the last 40 minutes...finally ate ..paid and left....this girl was very rude and didn't care about it...they lost us and all we know as we have been there plenty and always enjoyed the food..
SEE YA NEVER AGAINMore
They don't do take out orders. Sitting at the bar awaiting table service to then take out, I noticed most food be prepared is not fresh except the oyster dishes. They simply take food out of frozen boxes, place them on platters, and shove them...in heated slot tray commercial ovens. Despite having a barbecue pit outside there was no menu for that. The food we received was okay, but nothing special including the baked oysters which were mediocre. This is more of a bar heating up frozen food than a restaurant. But atmosphere was fine, and people seemed to enjoy the place. Be prepared for very long waits to get to a table.More
Mixed review due to service. Arrived at noon just as a female employee opened the door for the day’s service. No welcome, no smile, just looked down. Our first visit and there was no explanation of the process. Several people walked directly to the drink...coolers grabbing drinks. I stopped and asked the same female employee who opened the door if we ordered at the counter explaining it was our first visit. She abruptly stated pick a seat and we’ll come to your table then turned and walked away. So, we got a drink and sat ourselves. After a few minutes, a staff person came to our table and slapped down a pencil and two sheets of paper and walked off. So, one sheet was of the menu items—you check the box next to the menu items you want and take it to the staff person at the register who then places your order. The other sheet was for drinks where you mark each of your self-serve drinks. You keep this and present it to the cashier when you pay your bill.
Big selection of cold beer and other drinks. We ordered the baked oysters and stuffed shrimp. Only two sides offered: small corn on the cob and slaw. We ordered the slaw, which was nothing special, not worth the additional $2. Both the oysters and shrimp were very fresh. The shrimp was excellent. I thought the oysters had too much dried Parmesan (?) cheese, which was a little over-powering and salty. Both dishes had generous portions and each included a slice of toasted Texas toast. Cute place, neat and clean. Just didn’t appreciate the attitude of some of the staff.More
It is very difficult, if not impossible, to get oysters from Apalachicola Bay. I have been going to the Indian Pass area for over 40 years and, whereas, it was possible to find oysters from the Bay in the past, these days... More
It is very difficult, if not impossible, to get oysters from Apalachicola Bay. I have been going to the Indian Pass area for over 40 years and, whereas, it was possible to find oysters from the Bay in the past, these days it is much more likely that they are serving oysters from other parts of the Gulf of Mexico - Louisiana or Texas.