Oceanaire Closes

Oceanaire Oyster Bar

Philadelphia’s Oceanaire Seafood Room has closed. The oppulent seafood palace on Walnut Street is gone from the reservations dropdown on Oceanaire’s web site, as are locations in Charlotte, Cincinnati, Phoenix and Seattle.

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  • peter

    They called people around 11 this morning. Personally, I am not sad to see an upscale chain restaurant leave the city. I am very curious to see who is looking at that spot this afternoon.

  • ChefBethy

    I’m sorry to see this go. It was really decent and I was looking forward to going back.

  • http://foodadelphia.com foodadelphia

    Aww, damn, I really wanted to eat there. I didn’t know it was a chain, but so is Devon and I’m a big fan.

    Well at least Little Fish and the upcoming Fish will be able to satisfy all of my seafood needs.

  • Roy Heintzelman

    I’m live in Washington DC and am fortunate enough to have an Oceanaire that is open down here. If you got stuck with an Oceanaire gift card that you never got to use, I’ll happily buy it from you. Just email me at kensingtonite at hotmail dot com, or call me at 301-946-8537. The name is Roy.