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Oyster Bar at Palace Stn or Hard Rock

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by ScoobyDoo, Apr 6, 2017.

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  1. ScoobyDoo

    ScoobyDoo Tourist

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    Planning a short trip to Vegas soon and will try to make one trip to the Oyster Bar. The Palace Station Oyster Bar has been our 'go to' for the pan roasts and bouillabaise but was wondering how the Hard Rock's Oyster Bar compares.

    Has anyone eaten at both places to offer any comparisons? Wouldn't mind trying out the new one at Hard Rock as the Palace Station location is always so busy as we had to wait an hour on our last trip there. But it seems in the pics posted online that the portion at the Hard Rock is much smaller.

    Any comments?
     
  2. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    If you like the Oyster Bar at Palace Station, each Station casino has an Oyster Bar.

    I didn't feel like waiting a the Palace Station Oyster Bar so headed out to Texas Station to the Texas Oyster Bar and there was no wait.
     
    Another NGO trip. QQQQ/NYNY
  3. Starz22

    Starz22 Low-Roller

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    I love the oyster bar at Harrah's. It is a hidden gem. I make sure to stop there every time I'm in Vegas, whether it's for a snack or a full meal. Absolutely delicious.
     
  4. smartone

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    I had some incredible fish & chips at the Hard Rock's Oyster Bar a couple weeks ago. I'm told the head-chef is the same person who operated Glutton downtown, which was very well reviewed. Sorry, can't compare to the Palace Station. It's been many years since I was through there.

    I should add that the Oyster Bar is VERY accessible if you enter though the Harmon Street garage... it's only steps away from the entrance. Don't go to the main entrance or the Paradise side.
     
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