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Broadway Oyster Bar

314-621-8811  •  $$
ADDRESS: 736 S Broadway , St Louis, MO 63102

CUISINE: Creole, Cajun, Seafood, Late-Night Dining, Oysters, Subs/Hoagies/Po-boys, Wings

FEATURES: Entertainment, Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Vegetarian Friendly, Smoke Free

DETAILS
It's always a Mardi Gras-style party at the Cajun/Creole roadhouse Broadway Oyster Bar, located amid Busch Stadium and the Highway 40 overpass. In spring and summer, the party moves outdoors to the funky, open-air patio. And like New Orleans, the Broadway is a great place to hear live jazz, blues and zydeco music nightly. Start off your meal with any of the hearty N'awlins-inspired appetizers such as crawfish, fried alligator or Cajun chips (a combo of Idaho russets, Louisiana yams and Cajun spices fried in peanut oil). Specialties include the Gumbo Ya Ya, red beans and rice, or pasta dishes tossed with fresh seafood, chicken and vegetables. Try the Louisiana mud pie for dessert. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat. "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. The kitchen puts out food that will satiate that itch to head for New Orleans."
- Gayot

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It's always a Mardi Gras-style party at the Cajun/Creole roadhouse Broadway Oyster Bar, located amid Busch Stadium and the Highway 40 overpass. In spring and summer, the party moves outdoors to the funky, open-air patio. And like New Orleans, the Broadway is a great place to hear live jazz, blues and zydeco music nightly. Start off your meal with any of the hearty N'awlins-inspired appetizers such as crawfish, fried alligator or Cajun chips (a combo of Idaho russets, Louisiana yams and Cajun spices fried in peanut oil). Specialties include the Gumbo Ya Ya, red beans and rice, or pasta dishes tossed with fresh seafood, chicken and vegetables. Try the Louisiana mud pie for dessert.

 
"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. The kitchen puts out food that will satiate that itch to head for New Orleans."
- Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily. Late-night Fri-Sat.

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