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About Oyster Bay Seafood and Wine Bar
Enjoy the finest expertly prepared seafood beneath the open-air environment of the Miracle Mile Shops t Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. Owned and operated by renowned Italian restaurateur Victor Scotto, Oyster Bay's selection includes fresh oysters, shrimp, crab legs, clams, and lobster tails. While seafood is our focus, our diverse menu truly has something for everyone, including prime fillet mignon, chicken dishes, vegetarian dishes and Italian specialties. A children's menu is also available. Join us for Happy Hour, daily from 3-6 pm, or for breakfast, 10 am-2 pm, lunch, 10 am-4 pm, or dinner, 4-11 pm Su-Th; 4 pm midnight F-Sa. Located next to the "Rainstorm" in the Miracle Mile Shops.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 10:00am - 2:00pm; Lunch: Daily: 10:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00pm - 12:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Complimentary valet parking as well as self-parking at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino parking garage.
Bar Dining, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Oyster Bay Seafood and Wine Bar Ratings and Reviews
The hostess & waiters were on point. The complimentary bread & appetizer I ordered were spot on, but my main course, not so much. Never had any kind of fish in a marinara sauce, so I thought I'd be adventurous & try it. Some people may enjoy it, but I did not. I will go back, but totally order something different.
This restaurant is in the mall area of Planet Hollywood. The menu was lacking. The service was so slow. Apparently they were having issues with ipads that the were using, but pen and paper could've easily fixed that. The lobster in the lobster bisque was overcooked. I told my waiter I was allergic to broccoli but that was the only vegetable side they had. Even though I told the waiter about the allergy, my plate came out with broccoli on it after 45 minutes of waiting for the entree. I had to send it back. The only redeeming qualities were the greek salad and mashed potatoes.
I enjoyed a whole pound of Alaskan King crab legs which were delicious. They are served split in half so you do not have to do anything but scoop out the meat, dip in butter and enjoy. The crab legs were served with season mashed potatoes and a bunch of broccoli and of course bread and dipping oil. There are many Italian dishes available so it was a good thing I had already determined what I wanted before making my reservation. I will definitely go back to this place.
Restaurant was out of scallops, the entree I intended to order. The waiter suggested ordering the stuffed shrimp. I did take his suggestion but regretted it because the stuffing had little to no crab, i.e. it was 90% breading. I did complain and the meal was taken off the bill. My wife had 1/2 lb of crab legs and they were nicely split and excellent.
Eh - wasn't terrible, just wasn't very good including the drinks. I ordered a Tito's Cosmopolitan which wasn't made with Tito's. Not sure if it was the waiters or bartenders fault. Sauce on chicken parmigiana tasted like bottled sauce and didn't have much flavor. All seafood is frozen
First of all, this is a really tiny restaurant located in the mall, and it is very difficult to find as their signage is not vey prominently displayed. Also, they do not have a restroom, you have to use the one halfway across the mall. Where do the employees wash their hands? The food and service was just OK. As a party of one, I sat at the bar. There was one other patron there, but I had to ask for refills of my beverage, despite two restaurant employees behind the bar. One employees sole task appeared to be stirring the ice in the sink. I ordered the lobster tails, they were a little dry, but not bad, just overpriced. My side included mashed potatoes and some really bland broccoli. Service was typical lackluster Las Vegas indifference. I would have a difficult time recommending this establishment.
Seared Ahi was medium well done and tasted very fishy. Waiter took our order and then never came back. Took forever to get the bill paid.
Located inside the mall, it was extremely load and other than people watching, not impressed with the ambience.
We all had some kind of fish dish. One was better than the other. Shrimp franchise was cooked perfect and very tasty. Scallops was made to perfection and the ravioli stuffed with lobster melted in your mouth. Server error was friendly, helpful and prompt. Would definitely go back.
The name lets you expect a restaurant focused on seafood, and this couldn't be further from the truth. This is basically a chain Italian restaurant, with a few seafood items on the menu. The mahi-mahi was good but not exceptional. As always in Las Vegas, the prices are high vs. the quality.
Not the most fancy place, but for the price the food is great! Not an extensive wine list, but again the prices for what you get is good! It is located in the mall area so the ambiance isn't overly fancy, but great for people watching. One must are the oysters. They are fresh, well cleaned, and the waiters knew about the areas they came from! We were there for my birthday and they gave us a free yummy terimasu!
In the middle of the mall attached to Planet Hollywood. Not exactly romantic if that's what liking . Service was good. Cocktail shrimp appetizer was the worst part of dinner. Overall pretty good otherwise. Surf and turf was excellent as was the shrimp and crab ravioli. Bellini was a good value. Beers...not a great selection.
Always a pleasure and food expertly prepared. Two of us got the Mediterrean and it was a great blend of seafood in marinara with just a little kick. If you get this ask for it with penne and it is terrific. They are very accommodating to make some alterations to suit your wishes.
Initial experience was good in regards to seating promptness. Was seated near the server entrance but the place is small so didn't really think about it. Server took a while to actually show up to start the ordering process. Ordered oysters but there was no explanation of what type they were so when they arrive it was a potluck with no explanation still. For a place with Oyster in the name I would just expect more. Our main courses took a really long time and were not great. My wife complained about the service but the server didn't care and did nothing. Wouldn't recommend it as there are ton of places to eat at in Vegas.
The restaurant was mostly empty by the time we came in. Our table was ready on time and we got started with dinner.
The lobster bisque was REALLY GOOD. The rest was simply awful. My gf ordered a shrimp cocktail which turned out to be 4 (FOUR) rubbery shrimp presented on a plate with spicy cocktail sauce on the side. No matter how much lemon was squeezed in these shrimps, they had no flavor at all. They only served as a vessel for the cocktail sauce. Tortilla chips or bread would've worked just as well.
Anyway, we figured that the entrées would make up for it. And boy were we wrong! I ordered the seared sesame ahi, she had the Atlantic salmon. Both pieces of fish were charred on the outside. It formed a crust you had to remove before you got to the surprisingly raw and cold fish which once again tasted of nothing. Then the sides advertised on the menu as roasted potatoes and vegetables turned out to be some mashed potatoes and 6 florets of steamed broccoli.
At this point we called the manager and told her about everything. And while she did genuinely seem shocked when she saw the charred pieces of fish in our plates she went on to "explain" that roasted potatoes and mashed potatoes are the same (according to her) and that they can be served interchangeably at this restaurant. She also explained that he only vegetable they had was broccoli so that had to do.
Whatever, she proceeded to remove the plates and two minutes later we were presented with the check by one of the waiters. No apologies, no explanation, nothing.
In any case, I do want to say that we did not get charged for the entrées but I did get charged for everything else. The only positive was the lobster bisque. This experience would've ruined our last night in Vegas if not for the fact that we ended up getting pizza which is what we should've done from the beginning!
My family and I came to this restaurant inside of the Planet Hollywood mall area after a show that we saw on the strip. We were served immediately and because we arrived after the dinner rush, we basically had the restaurant to ourselves. Our service was great and the food was delicious! Thank you!
Waiter was great. Raw oysters were very fishy and not as tender as I'd hoped. Served with boring ketchup and horseradish. Crackers were served on a plate in the plastic wrappers as if in a low end diner. I had the special which was a white fish in a lemon sauce. Very tough and tasted like Captain highliners from frozen. Served with choice of broccoli or potatoes. Broccoli was almost raw. No sauce no flavor. Needless to say won't be back.
My husband and I met some friends for the Frankie Moreno show, so we decided to grab something to eat first. I love seafood, so we decided to try this restaurant. From the moment we saw the ship in the background of the restaurant, and the cute patio seating, I had a great feeling about it! Our server Tanner, was very attentive, and came to get our drink order right away. We decided to split the Surf and Turf, since we wouldn't be able to take left overs with us. I ordered a Caesar salad, and the dressing was amazing! The portions were very good and our dinner was amazing! We ordered 2 additional sides (wild rice and steamed broccoli) and we had food left over. These days, there aren't that many restaurants that even GIVE you sides WITH your meal. My husband and I do not frequent the strip for dinner unless we are going to a show as well, but this is a restaurant that we WILL make a special trip to go back to!!! I LOVED IT!!!
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