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Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by oldarmy, Dec 26, 2012.

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  1. oldarmy

    oldarmy Low-Roller

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    I have read good reviews on yelp about the food at this place. Have anyone of you tried it? I wonder what kinda cab fare from Ballys?
     
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    NO need to go all that way....just walk down to Harrah's Oyster Bar Restaurant....it's our favorite place to belly up to.....GREAT seafood and drinks...
     
  3. gpenguins67

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    I went there on my trip in November.
    I gotta say those were the best oysters I've ever had and they were all big too. Me and my buddy went through 2 1/2 dozen and we would have gotten more if it didnt take so long to get the fresh oysters shucked.
    I also had the combo pan roast which was very good as well and my friend really liked the gumbo. Out of the 2 options I would go with the pan roast personally.
    Oh and they had 50oz bud light drafts.
    To answer your other question, I think we paid around $20 cab fare from the golden nugget downtown. I'm assuming cab fare would be $15-20 depending on where you are coming from the strip.
    There are only about 15 seats at the oyster bar so definately expect a wait. there were only 2 groups ahead of us and we had to wait at least 20 minutes to get a seat. The Oyster bar is definately gonna be a place we hit every trip from now on.
     
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    Palace Stations Oyster Bar is better than Harrahs Oyster Bar in my opinion. Its the seafood stock which is the base for the Pan Roasts, Gumbo, Ciopino, bouillabaise etc that sets Palace Station Oyster apart from all the others. I believe Palace Station was first and others has been trying to copy it. My favorite is the Mixed Seafood Pan Roast. Be careful on the Spice Level. They will ask you how spicy on a Scale of 1 to 10. Be conservative as if its too spicy, you will not enjoy the flavor of the stock. Also, be prepared to wait in line. Be patient and then enjoy a great meal.

    Taxi fare from Paris to Palace Station was about $16.
     
  5. oldarmy

    oldarmy Low-Roller

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    I love the seafood pan roast at harrahs oyster bar. I usually go at least once everytime im in vegas. I actually made it myself after a trip to harrahs. I will taxi it over to palace station to check out that version this week. It also helps to know they have a 50oz beer. I hope you all have a wonderful new years. I better go on the fisrt day if not it may be a hotdog from stage door casino. The cool thing is that my wife likes seafood pan roast and stage door casino so its all good.
     
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  6. gpenguins67

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    Oldarmy, they are open 24 hours a day. We went on a thursday night around 9:30 pm and the line wasnt long. Like i said only 2 or 3 parties ahead of us and the whole bar was full and we still waited close to 30 minutes. I have heard that the line does get extremely long with a couple hour wait, so it wouldnt hurt to have some cash on you to have one person wait in line while the other goes and plays a little, then switch off until you get to the front of the line.
     
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