B&G Oysters

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Details
550 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 423-0550
Seafood
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Tue–Fri: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Sat: Noon–11:00 PM Sun: Noon–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This tiny subterranean South End haunt is always electric. The raw bar is chiefly dominated by an incredible oyster selection including numerous East and West coast varieties.
  • Sit at the bar near the oysters to watch the oysters being shucked - mesmerizing!
  • fried oysters!
  • I didn't realize my love for oysters until I ate here. Unreal.
  • Expensive, but very clean, fresh seafood. -Tania Peterson, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • It's all about the oyster. And ......
  • This is my favorite restaurant in the world!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Has an impressive selection of both local and West Coast oysters, as well as a superb lobster roll.
  • bee's river and Taunton bay oysters rock. didn't like the creamy oysters: gold creek and penn cove
  • Barbara Lynch is probably the best chef in Boston and definitely the most popular. Consider this South End joint her highbrow answer to an East Coast oyster bar.
  • Seems odd to say at an Oyster bar but the mascarpone Mac n Cheese is phenomenal and a must order. Wow.
  • Try the Maine Lobster Roll
  • Offers a superb selection of bivalves, plus sophisticated lobster rolls and chef's fabulousities of scallops, soft-shell crabs, tuna, and more. Surprisingly informal room; dress up or down.
  • Get island creek oysters
  • Gorge on oysters and wine.
  • tuna tartar and crab begniers from heaven
  • Lobster rolls and cioppino were fantastic.
  • Really good oysters!! Snow crab claws were also delicious! We ate at the bar and the experience was great. Expensive but highly recommended
  • Jeff Fournier, chef of 51 Lincoln, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Oysters.
  • Each day this azure-colored ode to oysters in the South End features 12 varieties of bivalves (six from each coast), all delivered fresh that morning.