We had the oysters, shrimp and steamers in broth. It was so yummy. Especially coming from New England and having the best. The broth with their great bread was the best.
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It’s a great location at Castro to eat seafood. Although I went for lunch on the early Saturday afternoon, after a few minutes I got a seat at the bar. The Combo Caesar salad was delicious. The service was friendly. It’s a great spot and...More
This place is super tiny and cramped, but the staff is very accomodating and the food is out of this world. Everything from the bread to the beer was wonderful. The mixed seafood we got had littleneck clams, steamer clams, mussels, and green lip mussels....More
Waited for 35mins, seating is small and limited, maybe 4 or 5 tables only, the rest are bar counter seats. Friend is vegetarian, so I ordered half dozen oyster for myself only ... then I ordered another half becoz so yummy! And the crab cake...More
This place is very popular. You have to write the time you arrive and your name on the board next to the door. Once you get in try especially oysters. Great place!
I have been coming to this little Gem for many years and this lovely spot never disappoints Lovely food, and quirky venue and service. Highly recommend. Try going for lunch as there is usually a long wait for dinner as no bookings.
I just loved this restaurant. I dream of it. I think I'll visit the city just to go here again. I had an incredible experience here - it was later in the evening, exhausted solo business day travel, and I found myself in Castro. I...More
We visited this excellent sea food bar for lunch on Tues., 9/12/17, at 12:30pm. Off the beaten track, we took a bus and subway to the Castro District and walked just 1 ½ block to this casual neighborhood fixture. In this very small restaurant there...More