photo credit: Jane Yun

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Bill’s Oyster


205 W 3rd St, Austin
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You can probably guess at least one of the items you’ll find on the menu at Bill’s Oyster. Outside of the obvious, there’s a small raw bar menu, two seafood towers, three types of caviar, and a few hot plates including dishes like crab cakes and lobster rolls. There’s also a dedicated martini menu, “classic” and “signature” cocktails, and a few options for beer and wine. The dining room can get a bit loud, particularly in the early hours of the evening when the place gets packed full of people leaving work or yoga classes. 

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photo credit: Jane Yun

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