TERRIBLE. DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR SERVICE. ZERO STARS. Absolutely awful. I wasted my time here. The most terrible service- I will NEVER go here again, and will continue to spread the word to people to stay away from their awful customer service. I will be calling to complain to them tomorrow. I regret ever sitting in their chairs.
Decent Food, but not really for the price.
I've been to Tom's Oyster Bar once. The service was disappointing, as was the interior, so we chose to be seated on the patio by the street. The atmosphere is quite "cheap" outside. I didn't feel like the tables and chairs were very clean. I ordered soup and wasn't given any bread or crackers with it, we had to ask for refills on everything and my partners food was kind of oily. Altogether the food was tasty enough, but the prices are not a measure of what to expect, if you expect quality for money.
Our waiter took forever to take our order, then handed us over to another waiter and neither of them checked in with us on anything.
The place to indulge your craving for raw oysters and other finny species..
Much like the other Tom's in this successful seafood chain, the decor is replete with dark wood, stamped tin ceiling and framed covers of the 1920s-era Yachtman's Magazine. Start with various raw oysters, or smoked mackerel and trout, bluefish and salmon pate, calamari, oysters Rockefeller, ginger and Cajun shrimp. The couple dozen fish and seafood selections all arrive fresh. Steak and chicken also available.
Excellent. Alway's a good meal and excellent service. Only downfall is the crowd at times.
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