An old-school seafood restaurant by day and a dance club by night, Mayes Oyster House is a spacious spot with a long history as the oldest seafood restaurant in the city. Historic tin ceilings and parquet wood floors blend seamlessly with modern, moody lighting. Upholstered, high-back dining chairs and cozy booths invite you to get comfy and settle in for some serious eating. Order up a mess of Mayes' famous fresh oysters, a gigantic kobe burger, or a crisp specialty salad. The cocktails here are known to be stiff, and a large selection of beer and wine keeps the party going. After dinner, dance the night away with some of the Bay Area's finest DJs, spinning Top 40, EDM, and everything in between.
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