SELECT Oyster Bar

Row 1

Details
50 Gloucester St
Boston, MA 02115
(857) 239-8064
Seafood
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–10:30 PM Sun: 11:30 AM–9:30 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • lunch or brunch near hotel
  • Oysters and crudo are delicious, if expensive, with a good wine and cocktail list for pairing. Make a reservation!
  • Great food and vibe. Very expensive.
  • Food is amazing. Has a lobster sandwich (could well be the best sandwich I ever had) and really fresh oysters! On a negative side I felt that the wine was somewhat overpriced.
  • Ostras y la langosta , todo muy bien sazonado y fresco . Buena carta de vinos
  • very expensive, cramped quarters, not enough imagination (too simple)
  • Avocado toast , crab salad
  • Tasty oysters and other seafoodie-ness, but vibe seems a tad weird. Awful music selection on my Saturday day visit.
  • Octopus is a slam dunk!! Also enjoyed the whole grilled taverna style fish. No dessert is the only downside :(
  • Amazing swordfish
  • Purposefully small selection of amazing seafood and drinks. The shrimp cocktail and PEI muscles were fantastic. Be aware of the 20% gratuity added to bills for parties of any size.
  • Try a little of everything. The menu is always fresh and the drinks are delicious.
  • The staff here are friendly and inviting. They always remember my boyfriend and I whenever we show up. We come here almost every Sunday after fasting to enjoy the briny, springy tasting aphrodisiac.
  • Kept forgetting to try this place and glad we did! Forget Cafeteria's overcrowded patio and head over to Select Oyster Bar. Mussels are awesome.
  • this place is sooooooooo delicious
  • Fantastic small plates and a great drink menu. Get the salmon crudo!
  • About time Boston stepped up its seafood game. Select brought their A-game. Crudo...do it!
  • Really unique dishes and great. Try all the specials. I should have taken pictures but pounced in the food too quickly !!
  • Best of Boston 2016: Wine Program :: Debating between a sancerre and that stony Sicilian ros? Just ask the chef.