ALL ENTREES 15% OFF TAKE-OUT We will be open for Togo business only. You can phone in orders or come in to order. Speak with our Togo team about curbside Togo. If you are looking for delivery, we partner with Grub Hub, Bitesquad and Doordash. We will have the outside bar open for you to enjoy an adult beverage while you wait. We will not be offering bottomless Bloody Mary's or Mimosas, as we are not encouraging our guests to hang out for extended periods of time. We will be offering 4.00 Bloody Mary's, 3.00 Mimosas, 3.00 White Claws, 2.00 PBR's and .60 Oysters. We are also offering Bottles of wine and 6 packs of beer Togo's. Togo alcohol will not be at a discounted rate. Guests will be permitted to enter the building only to check in with the Togo team and use the restroom. Our outside Picnic tables will be available for seating wile you wait for your togo's.
We offer a limited Brunch menu and all you can drink Bloody Mary's and Mimosa's for $7.99. OP Scrambler Waffles with Berries and Fresh Cream Shrimp and Grits Fried Chicken and Biscuits with Sawmill Gravy
LIVE MUSIC & EVENTS
Check out upcoming live music and events at OP Fish House & Oyster Bar!
OP Fish House was Built in 2018 by Nathan Stuart and his wife Margo Klar. Nathan comes from a family of fishermen with three generations of seafood retail and wholesale experience. The Stuarts are very active in the fishing community in the Southeast and their passion for fishing is showcased in the best Seafood Jacksonville has to offer. Nathan's grandfather Louis Stuart had one of the first seafood markets in Jacksonville called Intracoastal Fisheries. Nathan's father, Russell Stuart purchased a small restaurant called Seafood Kitchen in 1985, and since the father-son duo have turned Seafood Kitchen into a local staple, hitting top rankings on Trip Advisor, Yelp, Google, and Bold City’s Best!
The vision for OP Fish House began in Nathan’s formative years after a life spent working in Jacksonville restaurants and then managing his father’s restaurant in Atlantic Beach. After getting married in the summer of 2018 to a native Californian with a love, palate, and passion for good food, Nathan and Margo decided to renovate an old house from 1905 and bring seafood to another corner of Jacksonville. The Stuarts still own and operate the Seafood Kitchen where fishermen still boast about their latest catch, and generations of local patrons dine with tourist on local and often owner caught seafood. It is our hope that OP Fish House becomes a local favorite as well. Whether it's a private party, catering, wedding, or just dinner with the family, let OP Fish House take care of you.