Original Oyster House Reservation Policy
Gulf Shores Reservation Policy: The Original Oyster House Gulf Shores location takes reservations for 10 people or more EXCEPT during busy HOLIDAY WEEKENDS or during the spring and summer months (from April 1 to Labor Day Weekend). Please call and talk to a manager to book your family or group. 251-948-2445
Mobile Causeway Reservation Policy The Original Oyster House on the Mobile Causeway accepts reservations Monday through Thursday for 10 or more. We discontinue reservations during the summer months (from May 1 to Labor Day Weekend) or during busy HOLIDAY WEEKENDS. We apologize for the inconvenience. Your best strategy may be to arrive as early as possible.
The Banquet Room [minimum 30 guests to 100] can be reserved for 2022 events. Please call and talk to a manager to book your family or group. 251-626-2188.
Original Oyster House Take-Out Policy
Gulf Shores Take-Out Policy: The Original Oyster House in Gulf Shores does not offer take-out during the summer months (from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day Weekend) or busy HOLIDAY WEEKENDS. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Mobile Causeway Take-Out Policy: The Original Oyster House on the Mobile Causeway [Spanish Fort, AL] offers take-out Mon. through Thur. from 11 to close, and Fri. from 11 to 5 pm. We do not offer take-out on Saturday and Sunday from 11 to close, or Friday after 5 pm. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Original Oyster House Birthday Policy
Celebrating a birthday? We love birthdays, especially recognizing that your family and friends have chosen our place to celebrate such a special occasion. Our FREE gift to the birthday boy or girl, outside of our celebratory birthday bash, is a small birthday cake with whipped topping and chocolate syrup. You are also able to bring in your own cake and singers for that matter. Considering making your party private? Be sure to check out our private rooms for any occasion, visit our events page.
Original Oyster House Pet Policy
The ALABAMA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH safeguards public health which doesn’t allow for pets in restaurants unless they are service animals, which are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act.