Lots of space...GREAT FOOD AND GREAT VIEW! Music on the weekends. Can walk over from the HILTON and LA QUINTA.
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I came to Claytons on vacation with my fiance and the bartender was extremely rude. It's a shame that you are literally giving someone money and they act like it's a travesty to have to fix you a pre-made drink. Have always heard good things...More
Clayton's has a great location - on the beach, connected to the La Quinta and Hilton. However, the food is common and remarkable, and there are NO vegetarian options.
Open air beachfront bar has great location and resort atmosphere. My wife enjoyed her fish tacos, so I am being generous in my rating in spite of their strange idea of fried oysters. I received a plate of button-shaped hard breaded fried objects. I wasn't...More
Fun staff, bar food, expensive drinks but fun atmosphere. You order and then pick up your food when your pager buzzes. Simple but good.
Had a few drinks and Chips and Salsa at the Beach Bar last week. Great view, nice bartender and the Chips & salsa were good along with the drinks. Prices were reasonable. We did not go inside or eat anything else, but the place seemed...More
Stopped at Claytons to experience the "Spring Break" vibe for lunch. With music playing and young adults playing games on the beach, it definitely delivered. Has a large covered patio to enjoy tasty burgers and fish tacos by the ocean. Food was good and reasonable.
This is a great spot to sit and watch the surf. The food is fast beach food- perfect since everyone is just walking up from the beach. It has a chilled out atmosphere and the beer is cold. Try it at least once if you...More
We went during the day for spring break and were told we had a $1 discount beers and $2 rail drinks with our inertia passes, however, they only offered the beer and only Bud Lite. During the day was fun, but at night it was...More
How many times do you get to say you were at the "biggest outdoor beach bar in Texas"? Clayton's is a great way to spend a few hours, grab a drink or two, a bite to eat, and watch the surf. Plenty of seating, though...More