Skip to contents
Lincoln Park, Old Town

Quality Crab And Oyster Bah Closing In Lincoln Park As Lettuce Entertain You Plans Replacement

Quality Crab and Oyster Bah, along with its sister businesses the Gin Commission and Crab Cellar, will all close by Dec. 3.

Quality Crab and Oyster Bah in Lincoln Park will close Dec. 3.
Provided/Lettuce Entertain You
  • Credibility:

LINCOLN PARK — Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises is closing Quality Crab and Oyster Bah, along with its sister restaurant and bar, next month to open another restaurant.

Quality Crab and Oyster Bah, 1962 N. Halsted St., will close Dec. 3, a spokesperson for Lettuce Entertain You said. The Gin Commission, a bar downstairs in the same building, will close Nov. 19, and the Crab Cellar, also in the building, will close Nov. 20.

“It has been a pleasure serving you and being part of the Lincoln Park community since 2015,” Quality Crab and Oyster Bah wrote in a Facebook post.

Lettuce Entertain You will redesign the building housing the three businesses into something new, according to the company.

Quality Crab and Oyster Bah opened in 2015 and was billed as an oyster bar meets East Coast-inspired seafood restaurant, according to a Tribune report.

“During our first weeks of service seven years ago, we received a review describing Oyster Bah as ‘overflowing with goodwill.’ We took those words to heart,” the restaurant wrote on Facebook. “We hope that you have experienced this goodwill while dining with us, slurping your first oyster, celebrating milestones or simply enjoying a slice of our Triple Layer Coconut Cake.”

Credit: Provided/Lettuce Entertain You
Quality Crab and Oyster Bah opened in 2015.

Subscribe to Block Club Chicago, an independent, 501(c)(3), journalist-run newsroom. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods.

Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation. 

Thanks for subscribing to Block Club Chicago, an independent, 501(c)(3), journalist-run newsroom. Every dime we make funds reporting from Chicago’s neighborhoods. Click here to support Block Club with a tax-deductible donation.

Listen to “It’s All Good: A Block Club Chicago Podcast”: