Neptune Oyster

$ $ $ $
63 Salem St (at Morton St)
Boston, MA 02113
(617) 742-3474
11:30am - 9:30pm
11:30am - 9:30pm
11:30am - 9:30pm
11:30am - 9:30pm
11:30am - 10:30pm
11:30am - 10:30pm
11:30am - 9:30pm



  • Worth waiting for a seat in this small resto, with some of the freshest fish and amazing oysters. -Tania Peterson, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • The North End is generally known for Italian, which makes it all the more impressive that a seafood restaurant has made its name as one of the neighborhood's best places to eat. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Youve waited patiently for those hot fried clams, that butter-drizzled lobster roll, that flaky grilled whole branzino. You deserve that scallop ceviche.
  • 3 reasons to visit this great seafood joint: the lobster roll, the clam chowder, and the raw bar.
  • This is one of those little places that you just have to try. Their Lobster Roll is to die for! From the warm, buttered, toasty, Lobster-filled roll to the delicious seasoned fries. It is a must!
  • The lobster roll is like "Under the Sea" from The Little Mermaid happening right in your mouth.
  • Two words: clam chowder!
  • Go to Neptune Oyster and make sure you get some oysters to start and for entree, the lobster roll (hot) OR if you're on a tight budget get the Neptune burger. TRUST ME.
  • Eat here. It's the best. Especially if you like lobster rolls
  • Kumamoto oysters! Fabulous oyster crackers; make sure to get some
  • GO (now!) and get the warm lobster roll.
  • Try the Lobster Roll (Sandwich)
  • They'll call your mobile if you put in your name. Great idea! Head to goody glovers on the corner for a beer.
  • We like the surprise dishes whereby fried oysters meet pickled beef tongue, or salt cod joins crisped lamb. They have a dozen kinds of raw oysters and the best fried clams our critic has ever had.
  • Oysters, crudo and alberino.
  • Order the P.E.I. mussels to start. The key is to get a bite of the sausage with a bite of mussel. Plus the broth is decadently delicious.
  • Definitely worth the wait! The only place with HOT lobster rolls, which are WAY better than regular cold lobster rolls.. If you Love lobster then you MUST try one of these! Expensive but worth it!
  • Get the lobster roll. No brainer!
  • Had my favorite dinner yet in the North End in Boston.
  • A tiny spot with long lines. If you snag a seat, start with some oysters (shucked in full view at the front of the restaurant) before moving onto clam chowder and an inimitable lobster roll.

Nearby places

300 Hanover St (btwn Parmenter & Prince St)
263 Hanover St (btwn Cross & Richmond)
1 Faneuil Hall Sq (btwn Clinton & Chatham)