One and Only Best Spot for Oysters!

Being in Alabama, we get the gift of having direct access to the gulf. Even though there’s some land between us, we still get some of the freshest seafood straight out of the shimmering blue waters. Our one and only restaurants take great care to deliver some of the freshest batches of oysters. From Chuck’s gulf to table style, to River’s fried oysters.

Steamers
Located on the strip, you can find them serving out its hand-dipped batter oyster baskets, oyster po’boys, or even Baked oysters on the half shell inside or under the shade of the tree lined street

Post Office Pies
Post Office Pies is known for their pizza, creative drinks, and delicious desserts. Most don’t see its sleeper hit on the menu, the fresh from the sea oysters. The perfect decadent start, you should take the dip into the gulf with this fresh treat.

River
One of the latest on the T-Town food scene, River blends the heritage of the South, with the modern move to push boundaries. One of the freshest takes pairs fried oysters with flash fried lemon slices. Take in scenes from the Black Warrior River with some flavors from the sea.

The Levee
A current classic overlooking the Tuscaloosa skyline, The Levee is a must for seafood with a view. Take in the scenery with its Gulf Coast, casino, or fried oysters with some room saved for the bread pudding. The sea comes to shore at the Levee and it’s a treat– you can’t miss.

Chuck’s Fish
Before farm-to-table became a trend, Chuck’s was bringing the gulf straight to your plate. Of all its oceanic treasures, the fried oysters bring to the table an appetizing start to the freshly caught delights that come after.

Honorable Mention

Side By Side

*Picture of raw oysters from Side By Side.
Every Thursday, happy hour at Side By Side (inside the downtown Embassy Suites) features fresh $1 oysters to add a little gulf flavor to your Thursday night! Its drinks, food, and local flavor are excellent to indulge in, and the oyster deal lets you dip into luxury without your wallet taking a hit.