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Oyster Bars: Founded in 1867 by George Mayes, this upscale oyster bar is a perfect fit for a fancy night out. Mayes offers a full bar and large menu, including a memorable ceviche and savory smoked pork ribs. What separates Mayes from the other oyster bars is that it's also a late-night entertainment option. As soon as the dinner hours are over, the house lights go down and the hose music starts. If you're looking for a more lavish setting than a belly-up-to-the-oyster-bar atmosphere, Mayes is your place. And if you don't want your after-dinner excursion to include wondering what to do with the rest of your night, Mayes has that covered, too.

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Local Expert Tom Molanphy Says:

Oyster Bars: "Order the local Tomales Bay oysters from nearby Marin County."

Best for Oyster Bars Because: Mayes has great oysters but also a lively late-night scene, as well.

Dinner Menu

Starters
On The Rocks
First Plates
Second Plates
Sandwiches / Burgers
Sides

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