Nice selection of beers. The BOLT sandwich was awesome. (Bacon, oysters, lettuce and tomato). Red beans and rice was a big side dish that was tasteful.
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My husband and I popped in to have a beer or two and some oysters. We love the feel of the place and the oysters were top-notch. But, the service almost had us leaving before we were served. Our server was very slow, didn’t seem...More
Discovered Oyster House Brewing while checking out some of the smaller breweries in and around Asheville and I am very impressed. For the beer lover this smaller sized establishment operates a five barrel brewing system that puts out a variety of wonderful beer. In all...More
Been back 10+ times. I've taken 15 or so visitors here and they loved it. I dream of their fresh oysters, pan roast, orgasmic bacon oyster lettuce and tomato (BOLT) sandwich, oyster stout and one or sometimes two imperial stouts of their own. Coleslaw with...More
While I was a little skeptical about beer brewed with oysters, but OMG!! The oysters add just a hint of brine to the beer and the two stouts that we tried were full of flavor and oh so smooth. We started with the blue cheese...More
It’s obvious, given the flavor and quality of seafood served, someone associated with this restaurant knows about seafood. Had a great Sunday brunch menu and lunch menu was perfect combination for our Sunday lunch date. We started with the fried blue cheese oyster which rocked...More
We had a seafood feast at this tucked away gem. The beers were good, but the oyster offerings were awesome. The peel and eat shrimp was also very good. Great experience! The staff was very attentive, but not pushy. Perfect!
A real treat - local beers, full bar, excellent food. We had their delicious clam chowder, a damn good etouffe and sides of vegetables done in unusual and creative ways. Service was friendly and efficient. An Asheville gem....
Dinner in Asheville on Friday is always interesting. This eatery was busy but we were seated right away around 5:30. Hostess and server were pleasant and professional. Good service for sure. To cut to the chase, the Moscow Mule the made for me had too...More
I believe that you were at the Lobster Trap, and not the Oyster House in West Asheville. I know it is confusing with our logo on their awning, however we moved out of the Lobster Trap 5 years ago. It will be remembered forever as...More