Broadway Oyster Bar Coupons and Deals
Dining out gives you a break from cooking and keeps your crippling fear of fire a secret for one more night. Get a hot meal with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Cajun and Creole Cuisine The menu includes a bucket of spicy Louisiana crawfish ($14.95), a pair of homemade crab cakes ($11.95), and a 7-ounce chicken breast seasoned in Cajun spices and served with homemade cracked-pepper mayonnaise ($8.95).
As evidenced by all those high-end jewelry commercials, finding pearls under the tree is something every woman dreams of. Instead of spending your clams on an overpriced present, reel in today's deal from Broadway Oyster Bar. Pay just $7, and you'll score $15 to spend on lunch, or pay $19 for $40 to spend at dinner. This Cajun-inspired restaurant is the perfect place to break out of your same-old dining experience. Sample an alligator sausage and shrimp cheesecake, or catch the fried catfish platter with a cup of gumbo ya ya -- the classic Cajun soup. With live music and a colorful, charming atmosphere, you and that special someone will have a fun-filled evening without shelling out a fortune.
With the wonderful ambiance of the French Quarter in New Orleans, The Broadway Oyster Bar will lure you with the best Cajun-Creole cuisine in St. Louis as voted in both the Riverfront Times and Sauce Magazine's Reader's Poll. We also offer the freshest and most reasonably priced seafood specials anywhere! We feature live music seven nights a week from the best local and national touring acts. The music ranges from New Orleans funk to blues, reggae, rock, roots and jam. See our music schedule and go to the links section to get a taste of the upcoming music. The unique, 150-year-old building has historically been a welcomed retreat for weary travelers. Now a great party spot, with live music nightly, the cozy restaurant and the open air patio (enclosed and heated during winter months) are reminiscent of life in the "Big Easy". The Broadway Oyster Bar offers great food, music and fun in a N'Orleans style unlike any other in St. Louis. "There are those who 'can't stay away' from this tiny, 'down and dirty' downtown bar/restaurant with a 'wonderful, funky patio,' where the Cajun cuisine (i.e. crawfish, jambalaya, gumbo, oyster po' boys) is 'surprisingly good' and the 'décor is so bad that it's great.' It's a 'great local dive' that 'never changes - thank goodness.'" - Zagat, 1999