Phil's Oyster Bar

Phil's Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant: $13 for $25 on food and drinks

Phil's Oyster Bar
Value $25
Discount 48%
Savings $12
$13
Ended *Limited Quantity
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Raw Oysters
Chargrilled Oysters
Crab Fingers
Shrimp, Spinach & Artichoke Dip
Stuffed Crab Balls
Fried Phil's Pickles
Shrimp Remoulade
Seafood Platter
Stuffed Shrimp
Ms. Pam's Combo
Louisiana Crabcakes
Grilled Platters
Fresh Fish of the Day
Stuffed Potato
Roast Beef Po Boy
G-Man Special
The Macie
Hamburger
Grilled Chicken
Tuna Steak
Shrimp Piazza
Crabmeat Caroline
Shrimp Étouffée
Crawfish Étouffée
Catfish Jeannine
Seafood Lillian
Spaghetti & Meatballs
Spaghetti & Shrimp
Phil's Bread Pudding
Chocolate Eclair
Homemade Pie
Lemonade
Soft Drinks
Beer
Wine
Cocktails
Promotion expires on: August 30, 2018
Minimum two people per voucher.
Dine in only
Tax and gratuity not included (please tip on full amount).
No cash back.
Cannot be used with any other promotion or discount

About Phil's Oyster Bar

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In 1945, Phil Tuminello and his family opened a seafood market in front of their house on Government Street and expanded it into a full-service restaurant in 1950. Upon his retirement in 1971, Phil sold his restaurant to local entrepreneurs, Bob Dellafiora and Chuck Blair who hired Gus Piazza as the manager and gave him a minor stake in the business.
A native of Metairie, Gus had recently graduated from LSU where he served as an equipment manager for the LSU football team from 1968-1971. It was there that Gus forged friendships with many coaches, players, students, and others affiliated with LSU through his natural, out-going charisma. Always dreaming of owning the restaurant himself, Gus managed to raise enough to buy out Dellafiora and Blair in 1975. Gus then brought his parents, Frank and Lucille as well as his sister, Margaret “Mags” into the business who helped update the menu by adding many family recipes and worked alongside Gus in creating a landmark.
Gus owned and operated the restaurant at its original Government Street location until moving to a new location on Concord Avenue near College Drive in November of 2003 where it remained a success for several years.
Despite facing medical problems most of his adult life including a kidney transplant in which his loving wife of 30 years was his donor, his passion to serve people never wavered.
In 2007, Gus’ declining health forced him to close his restaurant – 32 years to-the-date that he purchased it from his former partners. Five months later, Gus succumbed to his illnesses and passed away on November 14, 2007. Gus’ family and friends truly believe that closing the restaurant ultimately lead to his death, as a part of him died when the legendary Baton Rouge restaurant shut its doors.
Since then, it has been our dream to recreate our father’s beloved restaurant. Our goal is to celebrate all the great memories that many families made at the original Phil’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant, while creating many more memories and continuing our father’s legacy of serving the Baton Rouge community great food in an authentic environment.
As we embark on this old tradition, we hope you enjoy your time here with family and friends and help us recreate a Baton Rouge institution.
Phil's Oyster Bar Location:
Phil's Oyster Bar 4335 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70808, US Phone: 225-924-3045 Get Directions
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