PITTSBURGH’S OLDEST BAR and RESTAURANT FEATURING THEIR FAMOUS MONSTER FISH SANDWICH NEVER DISAPPOINTS!
Geographically located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh in Market Square, when the Oyster House first opened in 1870, beer was sold for ten cents a glass, and individual oysters were sold for a penny. If you are looking for tasty seafood and generous portions at an affordable price, this is your place!
The food – The Oyster House is known for their mammoth fish sandwich, “The Cod Father.” It is dipped in beer batter and fried to a golden brown. You can also get baked scrod, Maryland style crabcakes, butterfly shrimp, clam strips, or an oyster dinner. They also have appetizers, soups, and salads.
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My Final Take
This place spells Pittsburgh all over it! It has a rich tradition and has been in Pittsburgh for over 150 years. The interior is dated and has an old-fashioned feel. The prices are very affordable, and the portions are huge. If you love seafood and love Pittsburgh, this place is for you!